Moderators are junior staff members on The 100 Wiki. There are two types of moderators: Content Moderators and Discussions Moderators.
Moderator Tasks Edit
All Moderators Edit
All moderators on The 100 Wiki have certain duties:
- Be a positive representation of The 100 Wiki
- Participate in staff discussions
Content Moderators Edit
Content Moderators have additional tools to moderate specific content areas of the community. These tools are:
- Deleting and moving protected pages
- Deleting and moving files
- Undeleting pages and files
- Re-upload files
- Protecting and unprotecting pages
Discussions Moderators Edit
Discussions Moderators have additional tools available to manage conversations in various features across the community where users are having discussions. These tools are:
- Removing and restoring threads and replies from any user
- Closing and reopening threads
- Manage Forum boards, move threads from one board to another, and highlight and un-highlight threads.
- Moderating chat
- Deleting blog comments
- Editing and deleting article comments
- Moderating the Discussions feature
Gaining & Losing Rights Edit
- At least 200 edits on this wiki.
- For Content Moderators, at least 150 edits should be within content-space (main, template, etc.)
- For Discussions Moderators, at least 100 edits should be within community-space (forums, discussions, article comments, talk, etc.)
- Active contributor in the preceding 28 days.
- Commitment to being active on the wiki for at least the next three months (even during hiatus periods).
- Understanding the duties of being a moderator.
- Admin approval – admin may deny granting rights based on user's prior actions and/or behavior.
Unlike rollback, moderators are considered local staff members. Moderators have greater responsibilities and thus gaining these rights requires greater competence. If you are interested in gaining moderator rights, contact Janus100 (or whoever is currently the primary administrator).
In your application:
- State which user right you are applying for: content moderator or discussions moderator. (If you are interested in both, apply for one and wait at least 45 days before applying for the other.)
- Acknowledge you have read this page and meet the requirements listed above.
- List any previous experience you have with wiki moderator/admin work. (It's okay if you don't have any.)
- A short statement explaining why you are a good candidate and what you hope to accomplish as a moderator (specific tasks you hope to participate in that you can't as a non-moderator).
- Briefly explain what you consider being misuse of moderator rights.
Losing Rights Edit
Users may lose moderator rights for various reasons, including:
- Misusing moderator rights.
- Being inactive on this wiki for 14 consecutive days within first three months of gaining moderator rights (breaking the three month commitment).
- Being inactive on this wiki for 6 months.
- Being inactive as a moderator for 9 months (even though active in other areas on the wiki).
- Retiring / user requesting their rights removed.
- Some users may view being a moderator as a stepping stone to getting admin rights (though being a moderator is not a requirement to becoming an admin). Other users are uninterested in becoming admins (and don't want the greater responsibilities that come with that role).
- There is a third type of moderators on Wikia, "Chat Moderators", but The 100 Wiki does not currently use this role.
- Users with moderator right were formerly known as Enforcers on this wiki.
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