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Please see the following pages for information about becoming a Moderator and Moderator responsibilities:
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==General Guidelines==
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Please see the following pages for information about becoming a Moderator and Moderator responsibilities:
  
Once appointed, Moderators are expected to abide by the [[FamilySearch Wiki:Policies]], the [[FamilySearch Wiki:Guiding Principles]] and the [[FamilySearch Wiki:Etiquette Guidelines]]. Failure to abide by these community rules may result in the termination of moderator status.
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== General Guidelines ==
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Moderators perform an extremely valuable service for the Research Wiki community. They are a guide and a help to Wiki contributors, and they help to ensure that the Wiki's policies are followed. Since Moderators are an integral part of the Wiki Dispute system, it is important that they are consistently involved in monitoring the operation of their particular jurisdiction.
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Once appointed, Moderators are also expected to abide by the following:
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*[[FamilySearch Wiki:Moderator Responsibilities|Moderator Responsibilities]]
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*[[FamilySearch Wiki:Policies|Policies]]
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*[[FamilySearch Wiki:Guiding Principles|Guiding Principles]] 
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*[[FamilySearch Wiki:Etiquette Guidelines|Etiquette Guidelines]]
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Failure to abide by these community rules may result in the termination of moderator status.
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== Annual Participation ==
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Moderator service is reviewed annually to update status and personal information. Moderators will be asked to indicate whether or not they wish to continue in their moderator role. Failure to respond to communication posted to the Moderator's User Talk page during the year will result in the Moderator's service being terminated.
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Latest revision as of 20:58, 21 August 2015

The following article is a policy proposal. It may still be in development, under discussion, or in the process of gathering consensus for adoption. Thus references or links to this page should not describe it as "policy".


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Please see the following pages for information about becoming a Moderator and Moderator responsibilities:

General Guidelines[edit | edit source]

Moderators perform an extremely valuable service for the Research Wiki community. They are a guide and a help to Wiki contributors, and they help to ensure that the Wiki's policies are followed. Since Moderators are an integral part of the Wiki Dispute system, it is important that they are consistently involved in monitoring the operation of their particular jurisdiction.

Once appointed, Moderators are also expected to abide by the following:

Failure to abide by these community rules may result in the termination of moderator status.

Annual Participation[edit | edit source]

Moderator service is reviewed annually to update status and personal information. Moderators will be asked to indicate whether or not they wish to continue in their moderator role. Failure to respond to communication posted to the Moderator's User Talk page during the year will result in the Moderator's service being terminated.

References[edit | edit source]