Yoda has been hanging around unix.com for over eight years now and knows our unique forum customs and rules. He will add a lot of value as well as diversity to our moderation team!
Also, 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.
We are all here for a noble cause, to help others help themselves.
As the old saying goes "give a person a fish and you feed them for a day; but teach them to fish and you help feed them for a lifetime...." That is what we do at unix.com, we do not do other's work for them nor do we write their code for them, we help guide them to write their own code and algorithms and help members learn to troubleshoot and configure (administer) their own systems, and we help them along the way in the spirit of shared community and learning new things together.
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... (3 Replies)
Following our new policy for future forum moderators to have active LinkedIn profiles (and increase mod team diversity), please join me in congratulating our new addition to our mod team, Peasant:
Peasant (Filip Skoblar) on LinkedIn
Peasant is also an active moderator on our... (10 Replies)
On this special Happy News Year day, 1 January 2019, I am pleased to promote Ravinder Singh to UNIX.COM Moderator, for at least the following reasons:
Ravinder Loves UNIX.COM
Ravinder has 1,372 Thanks, which puts him in the Top Ten in that important single category.
Ravinder is one of... (8 Replies)