• anonymous
Branching off from this pretty much resolved specific discussion: http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/500954a4e4b020a2b3be6efb I want to get right to the heart of the purpose of whatever "leadership" symbols there are in this community. Moderators, Admins, Ambassadors, or what have you, the reason for it all goes back to a singular purpose. One goal, the goal of this website itself. Defining the purpose of the existence of this community itself comes to answering two core questions: $$\large Q1: \color{blue}{\textbf{What is the purpose of this website?}}$$ (in your own words) $$\large Q2: \color{blue}{\textbf{Why do you choose to be here?}}$$ Tangential, subsequent questions for feedback would include things such as the decisions needed regarding more/less moderators, ranks, how the ranks and symbols communicate messages to other users (i.e.: perceptions by other members), and such. But I feel these two questions need to be answered FIRST before brainstorming for decisions on the other finer questions can be addressed. Build the foundation before making the building, as they say.
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