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I'm throwing my straw fedora in the ring. profile for Yannis Rizos on Stack Exchange, a network of free, community-driven Q&A sites http://stackexchange.com/users/flair/35162.png I've been moderating Programmers, a graduate Stack Exchange site, for about 10 months now, and I'm quite familiar with the tools and should I be appointed, I'd be ready ...


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profile for Affable Geek on Stack Exchange, a network of free, community-driven Q&A sites http://stackexchange.com/users/flair/45534.png Christianity.SE and Politics.SE are both topics that devolve very quickly into "He said / She Said" chauvinistic mudfights. That said, at least on C.SE, I've shown that one can have an opinion, but still discuss it ...


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Promoting Balance I think a major potential issue for this site is going to be bias - in fact, quickly after opening in private beta form somewhat ranting questions pushing towards a bias were posted. As such, I think we need to make it clear that as well as discouraging opinionated questions and answers, we try to keep them fairly balanced and discourage ...


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My platform for this site would be to help the community graduate by being respectful, knowledgeable, interesting and fun. There are already many great contributors here, and I would simply love to have the opportunity to help this site! (source: stackexchange.com) I really, really like politics, but I don't have any affiliation. I am not right leaning ...


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At this point in time, I would say no. Specifically, I think things on topic here should be primarily of a ruling body based off of where a person lives, and the interaction between such entities. This would include district, city, county, state, country (And the synonyms for such outside of the US), as well as managing between them. I might even say that ...


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