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Joined: Fri Nov 12, 2010 2:42 pm
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What is a ChessCube Moderator?
A ChessCube moderator is a player who has been chosen by ChessCube to help maintain a positive community both on the site and on our Forums. ChessCube Moderators have the ability to mute, remove, or ban users. ChessCube Moderators are not paid by ChessCube, nor do they gain free items or VIP membership. All their work is voluntary. Any privileges that they have are merely to help them with their moderating, E.g. Muting. They are simply ordinary players who have been granted special "responsibility". Anyone can be a ChessCube moderator. Chess skills never come into the equation here.How to tell who the ChessCube Moderators are?
ChessCube Moderators are provided with a gold badge next to their usernames users list in our Chatrooms. Temporary Moderators are provided with a silver badge. It is also crucial to remember that Moderators are not ChessCube staff and they will never ask for your personal details (including your email address or password).How can I report a Moderator for abuse?
If you see a moderator abusing their powers, you can report them as you would normally. Also, ChessCube frequently checks that Moderators are not abusing their powers, as we monitor all mutes, kicks and bans.How can I become a ChessCube Moderator?
To become a Moderator, you should be a good and honest player, reporting people if you see them break the rules. Users that enjoys helping other players and simply playing the game with enthusiasm, and also enjoys socialising on ChessCube have a very good chance of becoming a ChessCube Moderator. If you have been abusing or cheating on ChessCube with any of your accounts, you have very little chance of becoming a Moderator, as we select users who have been adhering to our Acceptable Usage Policy
since their first day online.
We generally follow this four step process when looking out for Moderators:
1. The first step is helping others, chatting in rooms and generally being a good ChessCube citizen.
2. The second step is an existing ChessCube Moderator recommending you.
3. The third step is answering a questionnaire that a moderator will give you access to once you’ve been recommended.
4. And the last is a vote from existing moderators.Note: Asking moderators or regular ChessCube users to recommend you as a Moderator will not work - this will simply give them reason not to do so.
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Joined: Sun Aug 07, 2011 11:57 am
please. make me a moderator, I'm a BIG FAN of chesscube and I love to play chess in my whole life. so make me one of your moderator, I'll make sure that i'm gonna be fair at all times. thank you!
Joined: Sat Feb 12, 2011 8:55 am
Hi! can i be a CC Moderator, Tnx!
Joined: Fri Apr 01, 2011 3:43 am
Joined: Sun Aug 14, 2011 6:25 am
Hi I want to be a responsible moderator.If given the chance, i want to maintain the good idea of balancing the harmony in CC and not diminishing the potential of trying to equalize it. ..Thank you.
Joined: Sat May 14, 2011 4:56 pm
while surfing internet for comparing diffrent online chess websites,i can see the below thingsmore often about chesscube:
positive side:good graphical interface,free to play,virtual currency system which attracts ims,nms to site
negative side:unlike many sites chesscube cares less about chessforums,chessnews and it is mainly oriented to play and chat(to me it looked like positive)
and also given that in cesscube moderators are given some extra powers which they will use for dominating without any abusing
Joined: Mon Feb 21, 2011 2:31 pm
can i be a moderator too,pls?
Joined: Mon Mar 07, 2011 9:50 pm
Joined: Fri Aug 12, 2011 5:12 pm
it's hard to be a mod
Joined: Sat Mar 05, 2011 4:11 pm
here after i will be a good chess cube citizen and became a moderator thank you
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