Please Welcome Akshay Hegde to the Moderation Team


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Please Welcome Akshay Hegde to the Moderation Team

Dear All,

Following our policy for forum moderators to have active LinkedIn profiles (and also to increase mod team diversity), please join me in congratulating the newest addition to our mod team, Akshay Hegde:

Akshay Hegde on LinkedIn

Akshay has been very helpful to the site over the years providing a lot of ideas about web devops, site optimization and helping me write and test database queries when we were writing new code for the site. In addition, Akshay serves the LinkedIn community as a moderator on our career and business focused LinkedIn group.

Moderating user posts is a bit of a thankless task; editing posts and adding code tags and other formatting tasks and helping all the new members learn and follow forum rules, so having Akshay on board, who is really a nice guy, is very good for everyone here.

Plus, we need to give a break to some of the mods who have been editing posts and adding code tags over the years and bring in some new ideas as well.

In closing, I want to thank all past moderators for their hard work moderating users, enforcing rules, adding tags of all kinds, and for their continued support to unix and linux users in daily technical Q&A.

Welcome Akshay!
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Thanks Neo for doing so Smilie

Welcome to MODs group Akshay Smilie

Thanks,
R. Singh
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Thanks Neo for doing so Smilie

Welcome to MODs group Akshay Smilie

Thanks,
R. Singh
You are welcome Ravinder!

My goal is to bring even more diversity into the moderation team over the next year. Living and working in Asia for over 12 years, I'm really into the many benefits that diversity and different cultural backgrounds brings to all of us.

It's basically my theme for 2019 - Diversity is the Best Part of Life!

Also, I want some of our very long time contributors like Don, RudiC and bakunin to focus on answering questions and have more free time for technical Q&A in their area of expertise. Those guys are all great technical superstars in their respective areas of interest and they deserve a break from adding code tags, editing posts and enforcing the same old "boring" forum rules! The technical Q&A are much more fun than mundane adding tags and editing posts or giving infractions.
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Welcome to the MOD team, Akshay !
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