Not everyone agrees completely with my aggressive approach.
Indeed. The over-assertive moderation is one of the reasons I've drifted away from the site. I suspect I'm not alone.
But I think everyone can agree that the site started to become a more
No. I don't.
Those borderline questions are the interesting ones. The ones ...
How can you advocate others to moderate and also resigning in protest?
Sure we could all muck in and moderate stuff, but then we would look at the various controversial issues at SE corporate and think. hmmm, maybe not.
I would support moving the content to some other host. But not supporting some corporation through its marketing blunder.
What I like to support here is the request for more engagement by the community in helping to moderate this site (though I guess those who really take the time and read this meta post, having enough rep to contribute, don't actually need this reminder).
However, I never made a secret of the fact that I am one of those guys who do not "agree completely with ...
I posted my comments on the current situation on Meta Stack Exchange. The short form is that I do hope to make a final decision in the coming weeks as to my future as a moderator here on Software Engineering, but will greatly reduce day-to-day moderation until I do reach a decision. I will say this - I will not do anything that jeopardizes the state of this ...
Any ads a sponsor might submit still have to go through our crazy-strict editorial process… as it has always been.
Could you clarify this is light of the recent update around advertising rules relaxing?
I've been struggling to find the right words to express how I feel about this. For years now this site has been a second home to me. A place to learn and show off. A place to conect. A place to dwell. A place that you watched over.
I learned so much here because you made sure this place was about it's subject. You helped rename it. You helped redefine what ...