Think You've Got What It Takes to Be a Mod?
0x10c World is Seeking Moderators! We need several kinds of people to help make this World great:
If you're a programmer, or even an aspiring programmer who wants to help people figure out the ins and outs of programming the 16-bit DCPU, let us know. There's a world of people out there who are just as excited as you are to get started with it, but some of it is still over their heads. We need people to explain the basics of binary, decimal, and hexidecimal. The concept of instruction sets, and the basics of how to use them.
Do you always know about it before anyone else? Are you combing twitter 24-7 to stay up to date on the latest? Do you have twitter conversations with @notch & the rest of the Mojang team to get the inside scoop? We need you to share your findings (after fact-checking them, of course) with the community to help make this World a one-stop shop for all the latest 0x10c news.
We want to build a respectful community that encourages contribution. This means we need moderators to encourage those who contribute, help respond to people's questions in the forum, welcome new members as they join, and (unfortunately) silence any trolls or spammers before they become a problem.
Instructors / Writers / Video Creators:
Do you have a knack for explaining things in an easy to follow way? Can you break down a tricky concept into it's core steps and illustrate the process with images, or even videos when appropriate? We want to create a collection of the best tutorials for the new game, and that starts with people like you.
As a Moderator of this World, you will be given the following:
- Top placement in the member list on the right of the site.
- Ability to Post News & How-Tos to the Blog
- Ability to Delete Comments
- Ability to Delete Posts to the Corkboard
- A higher-level of responsibility to the community. This means being respectful and fair, even if trolls make personal attacks. Your behavior sets the bars for others, so it's important to demonstrate grace, even in conflict.
To Apply to Become a Moderator:
If you haven't already, you should start by participating in this World. That means posting how-tos, & news to the corkboard, and answering questions in the forums.
Reply to this forum thread and tell us what you're great at. Link us to the posts you've already made in the World so we can review your writing. Tell us what you can bring to the community that is currently missing.
I know we're going to have some great applicants and I'm excited to see what you all come up with!