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Moderators Promoting One's Own Ego / Agenda than the Benefit of the Site at Large

I find what you are doing to the site troublesome. I think I do very little to the site. Most of my activity (including editing other people's posts) is as a user, not as a moderator. Users (the ...
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Should the site accept non-constructive criticism of individuals or their works?

With no explanation whatsoever... It is perhaps not fair to say there was "no explanation whatsoever": Nirvana and the Buddhahood are of the 5th Statement. The Intellect-mind is able to ...
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What does a reputation deduction with the description “User was removed” mean?

There's some explanation of that here, on the main Meta-site -- What does “user was removed” mean and why did my reputation change because of it? There's also a Help topic on the subject -- Why do I ...
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Various questions and comments

Maybe please correct/ adjust some of the actions of the stepped down person Which actions in particular? I previously tried to discuss with you in this chat one such action, which were two edit ...
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Are these comments inappropriate debate or reasonable questions?

Welcome to the site, and thanks for asking. First, as you probably know, the intent of Stack Exchange is to be a Q&A site. The Tour says, This site is all about getting answers. It's not a ...
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Importance of boundaries for community building

I'm not sure about your "already keeping a log of his behavior" -- that might not help at all. On SE all a user's flagged posts, and all their suspensions, are recorded -- and that record is ...
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Is Buddhism.SE meant for theoretical/scriptural purpose only, and not for real-life practice?

Buddhism.SE is meant for real-life practical questions and not only for theoretical/scriptural questions. Or as the Tour says ... Buddhism Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for people ...
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What are your suggestions and vision for moderation in 2024? And opportunity to moderate BSE

Low-quality answers Another way to increase the overall quality of the site might be to delete mediocre answers. For example I posted 2000 answers, heaven help us -- that's 68 pages, and if I order ...
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What are your suggestions and vision for moderation in 2024? And opportunity to moderate BSE

Some suggestions. Chat Other sites have an active Chat room For socializing ("How are you?") For off-topic chat ("How's your weather?") For chat about the site ("What do you ...
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moderator intervention notifications

There is no automatic way to generate a notification that I know of. I think this query will list your deleted questions and answers, you can run this whenever you like: https://buddhism....
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Can you make BuddhismSE more welcoming to it's users and solve moderation problems?

The title is about "welcoming" but most of the text is about "reputation" (including "sympathy upvotes"). It seems to me that the site's Moderation policies for Questions ...
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I think the community should use the Theravada/Mahayana tag more if they don't want fringe answers

I think people should be made aware that if they don't tag their questions then they expose themselves to particularly controversial answers. Remember, it isn't for moderators to police whether an ...
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I think the community should use the Theravada/Mahayana tag more if they don't want fringe answers

I tried to make the site policies accessible by writing FAQ index (summary of site policies) -- which mentions using tags. If you want to make people aware, you can -- the only way I know to do that ...
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I think the community should use the Theravada/Mahayana tag more if they don't want fringe answers

If the OP wants answers specific to the Theravada tradition, then he or she has to use the Theravada tag. If an answer can even be narrowly or marginally interpreted as being related to the tags, then ...
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Don't ask unless Moderators don't feel disturbed a Mohayana rule?

We (the moderators of this site) try to implement the policies of SE, and the specific policies of this site -- there are not specifically "Mahayana" or "Theravada" rules. We ...
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Moderating answers which don't answer the question?

Your example questions have the same theme: the askers asks about applying perspective A onto perspective B (e.g. 'Comparative religion' questions). They try to understand B from the point of ...
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Why censor when we can filter to our liking?

This (what you're suggesting) would be a new feature of the web site (i.e. it's a feature which doesn't presently exist). You can make new feature-requests by posting on https://meta.stackexchange....
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Assuming that discussions are not from interest - practical and Buddhas response [meta]

maybe worthy to possible make more as just assuming out of it I'm sorry that I don't always completely understand your syntax, and my own German is much worse, and so I'm not able to always ...
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Moderators Promoting One's Own Ego / Agenda than the Benefit of the Site at Large

I disagree. Chris could have banned me for being rude but he didn't and I'm grateful. I'm sorry to say this Suminda but I think you have actually dipslayed some of those behaviours yourself. I have ...
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