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I would like to urge Sam Onela to become a moderator. They are in the 2nd Monitor almost every day. They work hard to maintain the quality of Code Review on almost a daily basis in the review queues and from the 2nd Monitor. They fight Zombies and work hard to keep our answer percentage above 90% (we need more people working on this). This is actually a ...


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I would like to urge Toby Speight to become a moderator. They already spends more than enough time on Code Review everyday. They cares greatly about the quality of questions and answers on Code Review (they has edited quite a few of my questions and answers to improve them). They fights Zombies. They participate in the review queues everyday. I respect their ...


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Option 2 Outlaw the tags.


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Option 1 Create new tags.


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Moderators have a role that is much closer aligned to Stack Exchange as a corporation than the role of "just another high-rep user". This can mean enforcing policies that you'd like to see implemented differently, lobbying for change in those policies or any number of interactions that are not available to "your normal everyday user". ...


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Given the data: I found 84 hits on "deep clone", 397 hits on "deep copy" That suggests you should create deep-copy. You should be able to suggest deep-clone as a synonym, once the first exists. Please be gentle when adding the new tag to existing questions - try not to swamp the "active questions" list, because doing so can ...


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I've taken a week to stew through what my sentiments are, and how to express them properly. I believe the best approach is to simply say "thank you". I am fully aware of the burden that being a moderator brings, the way the responsibility weighs on you, disrupts your day, and how sometimes you have to bring objectivity and reason when you're tired ...


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Moderating on SE is much more than just wielding a mighty hammer, zapping spammers and wearing a cool hat. As a moderator, the community will be looking up to you, and ideally following your footsteps - you'll be some kind of a role model here. Are you planning to take a leadership role in the continuous building of this community, keeping it active, vibrant,...


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You notice that a moderator on Code Review is not active very often, or when they are active, they do only the minimal amount of moderation, they do not participate often in codereview.meta.stackexchange.com and may not even have visited the meta site in some weeks. Is this a concern? What, if anything, should be done to get them to "pull their weight&...


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Moderators on Code Review automatically become moderators on the Stack Exchange chat system. The chat system includes Code Review and all Stack Exchange sites except Stack Overflow. A user on chat has posted a message that has been flagged as rude or abusive on a board related to the hypothetical, but obviously "controversial" or "polarizing&...


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Thank you for your service! You have been a pillar in the moderation team since day 1 and it's an absolute honor to have served by your side. As for myself, as I wrote when I stepped back up in October 2019, I took back the diamond because it made everything simpler for everyone at the time, and now the time has come for me to pass the torch as well. So, ...


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Is it okay to update code of an off-topic question using code from an answer? Yes The answerer has provided the code under the current user contributions license, so no concern for the user being a copyright troll. And what harm is there to Code Review by fixing the problem for the user? Can the code from the answer be used to update the code in the ...


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