We are in the midst of our 5th moderator election to add more firepower to our existing mod crew.
In the 6 years that Ask Ubuntu has been around, nearly 230,000 questions and 300,000 answers have been posted on the site, with the daily traffic clocking a whopping 487k visits as of now.
These numbers will only go up from here and to support this growing community, we are expanding our moderator team to accommodate two more. As is the policy with Stack Exchange network of sites, the new moderators will be added to the existing team and not replace them.
If you have a minimum of 300 reputation on Ask Ubuntu and think you can do a good job, consider nominating yourself for the role. The nomination phase itself runs for 7 days, followed by a week of primaries and then the actual election. People with 150 reputation are eligible for voting and I encourage them to vote for candidates that they think are most suitable for the role.
If you have any questions about the election process, you can ask them on meta. Discussions about the election can be had in the chat room too.
If mod work is not your cup of tea but you’re still looking for a way to help, you can always help us answer the incoming new questions. Featured questions would be a good place to start.
Ask Ubuntu moderator election 2016 is now over and the following community members have been elected as moderators:
We are having community moderator elections for the year 2013 in order to accommodate the growing community at Ask Ubuntu. The elected moderators from this year’s election will complement the current moderators, as is the policy with Stack Exchange network of sites.
Ask Ubuntu had some tremendous growth in the year 2012 and the stats only prove that:
- Over 50,000 questions,
- 60,000 more users and
- more than tripling the daily traffic to 217k visits/day.
If you are one of those nice blokes (like the current set of moderators ;)) and is willing to help make Ask Ubuntu an even better place, please do consider nominating yourself for the upcoming moderator elections. The nomination phase runs for the next 7 days followed by the voting on the nominees. Do note that the nominees are required to have at least 300 reputation. Anyone with over 150 reputation will be part of the electorate and can vote on the nominees during the election phase.
People interested in discussing the election or any of the nominations, please consider joining the chat room for Ask Ubuntu elections.
Or, we can always use some help with answering the questions. Here’s a good place to start.
Ask Ubuntu moderator election 2013 is now over and the following community members have been elected as moderators: