One EORG ban.
Not to my knowledge
Well, I’ve been told by a discord manager that I’d be a good fit (MrDadMan) and I thought I ought to give it a try. I’m already a mentor, and I have been considering a staff position for a long time, but have been worried about how it might negatively impact my enjoyment of the server. I figured a good place to dip my toe into the water would be in the discord’s managment.
If it’s in shitposting I’d say it’s probably fine, if it was in general I would judge based on context.
Tell them that they should take it to #shitpost and delete the post.
I’m actually not too sure how to approach this one, I’d probably ask another discord manager about it.
Two people are having a very heated discussion in #shitposting about politics. A person @DiscordStaff/Volunteers, What do you do?
Set the channel to slowmode if possible, tell them to stop it, and if they fail to stop I would give them a warning/see about temporarily muting them.
I would delete the content and tell their staff manager directly.
A player is being very argumentative in #StaffHelp about a matter and you get pinged to deal with it, What do you do?
Tell them to calm down, and if they continue to be very argumentative, I would temporarily mute them.
Direct them to the whitelist forums.
I would wait until I was given a good reason that I can verify.
Delete it and set the channel to slowmode
I would bring it up with their superior directly and if the behavior didn’t stop while I talked to them, I would mute them.
Create a safe and enjoyable experience for as many people as realistically possible.
Perhaps in some cases, it really is a case by case basis. A quote for instance, it might be a very important part of it, or in the writing of a report.
Sometimes it’s best if staff aren’t highly transparent, and sometimes it really is best for them to be. We’ve all seen people in the discord argue endlessly about the rulings on some things, and that can be improved or worsened depending on which way you take it. Generally, I believe more transparency is good
Visible genitalia, highly graphic images, images made with the primary audience being eighteen and up (I.E softcore pornography)
This was a rather tough application to make, I found there was a pretty big lack of resources available for this position, and the questions about whitelisted individuals and council members were particularly difficult. I feel I might not be accepted this time around and will need to try again another time. Have a CM day readers!