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I would like to nominate myself, Matt Clark. While I might not have the wildest credentials or reputation, I have been around the StackExchange network for a while (11/2012) and generally know my way around the sites. Mostly active on StackOverflow, I answer when I can, and try and do my part to clean up the review queue: ~5000 review tasks; I plan on ...


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I would like to nominate myself, Tormod Haugene. profile for Tormod Haugene on Stack Exchange, a network of free, community-driven Q&A sites http://stackexchange.com/users/flair/1574864.png I have been an active user of several Stack Exchange sites since 2012, but have finally now found a site that I really can contribute to. As a robotics engineer ...


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You raise an interesting issue that swerves into the very purpose of having a Stack Exchange site. Here is the actual guidance that went with the removal of that post: Thank you for answering, unfortunately links sending users elsewhere to find that information aren't really considered an "answer" in the context of this site. The folks here will work ...


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I believe you more or less answered your own question here! In the post, Tom van der Zanden commented: Perhaps you could edit your answer to make it self contained (by giving brief instructions on how to resize in sketchup). You responded that this would be an very simple answer, and that you would have to explain the OP how to "press the resize icon ...


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I'll go ahead and nominate myself as well, Trais McAllister. So far, my highest reputation is held in this 3D Printing community. I've relied on the Stack Exchange network since about 2011, didn't become a member of Stack Overflow until last year. In my time on this community, I've maintained a reputation position within the top 10%, tried keeping up with ...


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Since we still need more candidates, I would like to offer myself in a reserve position. If we don't have enough potential moderators by the time the community team need to make a decision, I would be happy to offer my time. profile for Mark Booth on Stack Exchange, a network of free, community-driven Q&A sites http://stackexchange.com/users/flair/18514....


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I would also like to nominate Ryan Carlyle for moderation. Ryan has proven to be a valuable resource in the community by providing many well written answers and maintained a respectful record in all responses. For these reasons, I believe Ryan would be a great candidate for moderation.


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Some new moderators were appointed yesterday, see Pro Tem Moderator Announcement. Hopefully the new moderators can keep up the sterling work that the previous moderators have provided up to now... :-) After a minor marathon session of clearing the backlog, all flags have now been cleared. Hopefully in a way that keeps everyone happy: Some (one or two) ...


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