Re: DaKine Ridge Crew Selections!
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>This is only correct for moderators. And it is used pretty judiciously.
> Ok. So, if I understand it correctly, an editor/manager/moderator
> can request to have a test, and basically as long as their is no
> conflict with another editor/manager/moderator, they get it. this is
> partly to reward them for doing so much work. Correct? or is this
> only correct for moderators?
>I wasn't sure what Leesa meant by "voluntold" either, beyond the fact
> sometimes, a test moderator will select an editor/manager/moderator
> for a test in order to fulfill "demographic" specs. this is what
> leesa meant when she said voluntold, right? or was that just a typo?
that it is potentially a nice word. Generally, if an item is
undersubscribed (not enough apps, or not enough strong apps), a "seat"
on the test will be offered to the editors. No one is told they must
test something, obviously, so I think it was a typo.
becoming an editor/manager/moderator is quite the feat and first
> requires me to be a monitor and/or mentor, and then once my test/ORBecoming a moderator involves several years of noteworthy commitment
> number approaches 3 digits, I might be invited into this eschelon.
to BGT, and then (once appointed) a great deal more effort behind the
scenes in various capacities. Nobody in their right mind would do this
for the mod spots, believe me, but they are a sweetener that Jerry
offered the mods some years ago, before my time.
>Nah, you just get to work your tail off. <g>
> And then i can rule the world?
Senior edit moderator