moderated Re: Moderator privileges

Brian Vogel <britechguy@...>

Not that I have any objection whatsoever to having a pick and choose "powers collection" for moderators if Mark were to create such, but it still leaves the question:  Why do you not trust your moderators?

The whole idea of moderators is that you have someone who can take care of things, when necessary, that can be trusted to do so, and if you don't want them doing certain things that the roles provided by the software allows stating that at the outset.  What limits them is that you trust them and you have an agreement with them about what it is you want them to do and not do.

If you can't trust your moderators not to do something you have asked, and they have agreed, not to do then those individuals shouldn't be moderators in the first place.

Brian - Windows 10 Home, 64-Bit, Version 1803, Build 17134 
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