I said nothing about reputation of high authority, as they don't have that.
Yes, but to be frank I don't really care what their ideas are if they aren't going to add anything to the conversation. Really it just adds another weight on my back knowing that she could join in at any second and it'd become a group beatdown of whoever has an uncommon idea. You know, like usual.
She has said nothing but her views on this, which doesn't matter if she isn't actually joining the discussion. And if she were joining the discussion she could just say why she's against it, because I can infer on that that she is, in fact, against it.
I didn't quite understand that, could you rephrase?
Well then it shouldn't be seen as higher reputation, if we all know it's just a way of showing respect, and not higher reputation, than we should act like it is too.
Yes, but declining this role take a lot of humility. I doubt the reason they decline is that they're too busy, because if we look at most if not all of the mods, they aren't online very often. I'd say it slightly alternates so that there's usually at least one online, or will be soon. So that really leaves humility, and the very slight chance that they know if they had this power they'd abuse it, one seems far more likely than the other. So if they decline because of humility, I think the Mods Could acknowledge that by just giving them like an "Honorary moderator" title, because really, I'd think, the mods would really see them as a moderator in their eyes, because they already asked them to become a moderator.
Well it's quite simple, they were a good, kind member, who knows how to deescalate problems, and follow the rules without having to be told, and most likely they're part of the Member's Union.
Really, from this it seems you think the mods basically draw a name out of a hat for the next person to become a mod!
Pardon me, but I believe it's quite the opposite, Lilliana. I'm here you, and responding, but whenever you respond it really seems you aren't listening at all.
I never said anything about need. Besides, Trust level 3 has far less work than being a mod. Potentially they can deal with the work that comes with it, but not being a full mod.
See, that simply proves you aren't listening to what I'm saying!
Yes, but then you use context clue and Reasoning to Infer that.
I don't even deserve more power! If you could stop seeing me as a power hungry person who'd step over anyone to get power than maybe you'd see that! C'mon, you've been at this for over a year now, and really it's not helping anyone.
I. Know. That's what you've been saying this whole time instead of actually listening to what I'm saying, so you can respond fittingly and not just repeating what you already said. You already have it set in you're head what you think I'm trying to say, so you don't see any reason in listening to what I'm actually saying, Which, since you don't know, Isn't what you think it is.
That's basically what I'm saying, yes.
Isn't this spam then, 'cause we can all see it if we just read the actual post?
Exactly. The only members I'm saying would get TL 3 are ones that could already get TL 4. I don't see why @Lilliana_Umbrellascope is saying I'm trying to get myself more power, because, and I'm capitalizing to make it stand out, not that I'm shouting: I WOULD HAVE TO BE ASKED BY A MODERATOR TO BECOME A MODERATOR AND THEN DECLINE. If I really was power-hungry, don't you think I would just accept the moderator role? It seems rather stupid to want power, get the chance to have power, and then decline it, even if it means I get a little more power.