How to find site moderators? (staff: 'About -> Team -> Moderators')
Thread poster: Francesco Barbuto

Francesco Barbuto  Identity Verified
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Jun 20, 2003

Valued fellow translators,

I wonder whether a "Moderators" tab or menu item could be helpful to improve the communication/advising process between moderators and Proz members.




Giuliana Buscaglione  Identity Verified
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There's a moderators tab... Jun 20, 2003


at the bottom of each KudoZ question, there is a link to the moderators' page.

Or you go (new design)

About (dropdown, menu upper right side of the screen) ---> Team . A page with various tabs is displayed, one of them *Moderators*.

There you can choose links to

- Language moderators
- Forum moderators
- Coordinators

Some forum moderators and site moderators are also coordinators.

(site moderators)

(in one line, forum moderators)

(in one line, coordinators).

You can contact any moderator, your choice.

Have a nice weekend,


[Edited at 2003-06-20 16:17]


Francesco Barbuto  Identity Verified
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Thank you Jun 20, 2003

Just overlooked!icon_wink.gif


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