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I would like to nominate 5chdn. They have been very helpful in making sure every question gets answered and is edited to be as clear as possible and has helped organize the tags.
Relevant moderation badges (12): Civic Duty, Tag Editor, Vox Populi, Citizen Patrol, Suffrage, Commentator, ...
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Well, since self-nomination is "encouraged", I'll nominate myself :P
I am a DApp developer, Ethereum enthusiast, and volunteer much of my time coordinating Ethereum volunteer activities and helping others learn ...
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I would like to nominate Tjaden Hess. He is a DApp developer and Ethereum enthusiast, shows decent activity and with the site-wide highest answer rate everyone can still learn from him.
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I would like to nominate eth who has the highest reputation gained in our community and helped with the most edits a single users ever did to ensure quality standards throughout our site.
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I would like to nominate Jeff Coleman. He's a full time blockchain consultant active in the space since 2010, and an eager follower of Ethereum for the last two years.
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First off, thanks for helping out!
Vote. Find good questions and answers that haven't seen a lot of activity, and just give them an upvote.
Ask questions. Answers are great, but keep in mind that we also encourage self-answering questions. While cleaning up unanswered questions is great, keep in mind that without interesting questions we cannot have ...
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I would like to nominate mids who is the most active voter in our community and has the best collection in relevant moderation badges which shows his dedication for this stackexchange site.
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Yes, I think all questions about Solidity are on-topic as said by OP.
When this ESE (Ethereum Stack Exchange) graduates, if a relationship is set with stackoverflow, I believe that Solidity questions on SO can be migrated to ESE: Will it be possible to migrate questions between the trilogy and the Stack Exchange 2.0 sites?
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I would like to nominate nessence (Alex Leverington). I'm an Ethereum core contributor and dapp developer. I started contributing to the c++ client in Feb of '14 and was one of the first ethdevs hired in Berlin. I would like to help people learn more about Ethereum.
ethereum contributor (...
Well, what I'm doing:
Visit Ethereum Stack Exchange everyday.
Read every new question, at least the title and try to memorize it.
If something sounds similar to something you memorized, check the Related box on the right sidebar for possible duplicates.
If there is no match, use Google (not Stack Exchange*) to search for Stack Exchange results with a ...
I asked that very same question on another meta a while ago...
The answer seems to be that the number doesn't necessarily correspond to the number of reviews outstanding. It just indicates that there are reviews outstanding.
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I would like to be a moderator on this community because i am very much interested in Ethereum.
I am familiar with Stackexchange for almost 4 years. Here are some of my profiles on other SE-sites:
Will start Ethereum Meetup ...
Splice Struct Entry by Index in Solidity was a good example of a question that should be flagged->"should be closed"->"unclear what your asking".
I suspect early commenters were not familiar with that feature, and if it had been done, moderator intervention would probably have happened earlier.
As an aside: the "should be closed" part is/sounds a little ...
No, it's not necessary. Thanks for escalating this to meta.
One good comment would have been sufficient. The issue with that comments in that specific thread is that any later comment added another snippet of information for the author. My last comment was the most complete one.
As a moderator I always feel a little bit guilty after closing questions. And ...
As this has been done (status-completed tag), I'm answering this question so it doesn't appear on the list of unanswered questions. If someone can accept this answer it then it will disappear from that list!
No. From our off topic close reasons:
"Questions asking us to recommend or find a book, tool, software library, tutorial or other off-site resource are off-topic for Stack Exchange as they tend to attract opinionated answers and spam. Instead, describe the problem and what has been done so far to solve it."
I closed that thread.
Since all relevant information for learning Ethereum should be freely available on line, questions looking for particularly good free and online sources of material should be on topic. I personally love when stackexchange is able to not only answer a question but provide a somewhat curated index to more reading materials.
Yes solidity is always considered on-topic, even if used in other context, since it's central part of the ethereum ecosystem.
In the future, if there are ecosystems using modified solidity implementations which are not backwards compatible with ethereum, we could reconsider if such questions are off topic.
But for now there is really no point in migrating ...
Beginner questions should be encouraged. The Ethereum community is still very small and there are few developers working in this field. You have to start somewhere, so why not here? Many questions also come from non-developers that are just Ethereum users (especially DeFi), and this is pretty much the only place where you can get qualified answers.
We should ...
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I would like to nominate ThePiachu. Although he just joined yesterday, he started asking questions about Ethereum over 6 months ago.
If he is interested in our community, I think we would benefit from his community-building, experience, and participation in other related communities ...