Secrets Of Moderation v2.0

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What is the point of this topic? Its main purpose is to give you, the benevolent members of Naruto-Boards, some in-depth details about this forum and how it is managed. This is quite a long read, but some of the questions you have been asking since the start of this forum will finally make sense to you.

1.1: Choosing New Moderators
1.2: Why Can't Members Choose Their Moderators?
1.3: Choosing Global Moderators
1.4: Reviewing Moderators and Global Moderators
1.5: Why Can’t Members Review Moderators?
1.6: Activity of the Staff
1.7: Private Staff Sections

2.1: Lost Accounts
2.2: Ladder Swappers
2.3: Banning
2.4: Reporting Rule-Breakers and Moderators
2.5: General Moderation

3.1: Freedom of Ideas
3.2: Spam
3.3: Flame
3.4: Discussing Moderators and Their Actions
3.5: Advertising

4.1: Post Count
4.2: Hokage Office
4.3: Ninja Headquarters
4.5: Ninja Works
4.6: Great Ninja Countries
4.7: Interests and Social Areas

5.1: Procedures of a Section Revamp
5.3: Annual Events
5.2: Coming Projects

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Inquiry #1.1: Choosing New Moderators
How are moderators chosen? Moderators and Global Moderators suggest members for promotion based on the member's personality and characteristics such as maturity, his/her willingness to help, his/her ability to be insightful, and much more. These types of members that meet the requirements are eventually sought out by moderators and GMs. However, repeatedly asking to become a moderator will negate any candidacy. In other cases a public recruitment is posted where members themselves can apply for the moderator position to be evaluated by the staff.

In both private and public recruitment, after gathering all the opinions of the moderators, the GMs take a closer look at the candidates and give a "yes" or "no". We then send them a test. Once the candidate completes the exam, the GMs grade it. In some cases, however, we may take a borderline grade as a passing one. Failed grades are not accepted. After this, the GMs are to have an interview with the successful candidates to get to know you better. The final decision lies within the hands of the Forum Admin to decide if the candidate is worthy enough to become a moderator.

To summarize, there is a long process that a member must go through to become a moderator. So why do the seemingly popular people always tend to pass the test? Does the staff really want to promote members from one clan? That is not our goal.

• Let's explain some doubts.

If someone is popular, it means he/she is active and dedicated to N-B. If that person is helpful, kind, and intelligent, there is really no reason not to give that member an opportunity to fill the application form.

Also, when a moderator suggests someone from his/her clan, we obviously analyze that person just like everybody else. If the member is really great, why should we limit their freedom of choosing clans they like? Clans usually gather people who share the same interests. If a clan cares about maturity and intelligence, there's a possibility that quite a few members of that clan will be promoted. Clans that moderators are in are also very subject to change; the clan factor really means nothing.

When members who are 'popular' get promoted, there is usually some form of complaining going on. However, when someone unknown with a relatively low post count and a more recent join date is promoted, guess what, you will still find complainers! No matter who you are or what you do, no matter how much you try; from the day a member gets promoted, they will become the object of hate.

"I am very helpful, kind, and active--but why am I not a mod?" If you're wondering this, please remember that you are being helpful to create a better community and not to become a moderator.

Inquiry #1.2: Why can't members choose their moderators?
The main reason for that is a regular member doesn’t know all the duties of a moderator and what skills one needs to become one (however, you may know a bit more after reading this!). Public polls are disregarded. When choosing new moderators, members will vote for their friends and not actually base each candidate on individual personality and characteristics. Post count and join date are also disregarded for many of the same reasons. If members had the final decision on this, things would become quite chaotic. The current system we have now works the best.

Inquiry #1.3: Choosing Global Moderators
If a GM leaves the staff, the other GMs chooses candidates who they think can fill the shoes of the previous GM. The major factor in these candidates is their moderating experience on N-B. Once this has been chosen, there is a poll where all GMs vote amongst these candidates. The one with the highest vote gets promoted. There will prime candidates who feature in the poll for every GM that leaves.

Inquiry #1.4: Reviewing Moderators and Global Moderators
The staff is reviewed bi-annually, or twice a year. The normal moderators are reviewed privately by the Global Moderators and the Forum Admin with input given by the respective Section Heads of their section; or, in the case of a Section Head, by their section moderators. There is a topic about each moderator, only visible to the GMs. They list their opinions and even have a little interview with these moderators if needed. In the end, the Forum Admin decides if the moderator passes the review or not.

A GM on the other hand, is reviewed by his/her fellow global moderators as well as the normal moderators in the form of a poll. If they don’t get enough positive votes, there is a chance that he/she may be demoted.

Inquiry #1.5: Why can’t members review moderators?
As rule #15 states, members are not allowed to freely discuss about moderators or moderation staff or any other things related to them on the forums. Also, members do not know and cannot view a full scale of a moderator's action. If a member could really review a moderator, then it will probably go like this:

Topic: Mod Review
xxxx: This guy is coo', he stickied my badass topic, he should be GM!

Topic: Mod2 Review
Xxxx1: Ughhh dis guy warned me, demod him!

...or the likes. The main reason is, members do not know how exactly a moderator is working, thus they will most likely judge the moderators based on their private and personal opinions about them, rather than the job they do.

Inquiry #1.6: Activity of the Staff
We don’t want an inactive moderation staff so we have ways to gauge our current staff activity. Whenever a moderator needs to be away from the forums, he/she will post their leave of absence on a topic. Also, GMs and Section Heads check how active moderators are by looking at their last login date or noticing if they posted in mandatory topics. During reviews, the activity of a moderator is checked. Someone with very limited activity after being warned about it in the past will almost always be demoted.

Inquiry #1.7: Private Staff Sections
While most of our sections are for public viewing, a few are solely created for staff viewing and posting. Why do we have these private sections you may ask yourself. These private sections were created to discuss a range of activity concerning moderation and the state of the site, boards, and members. If members were able to view these sections, private matters such as bans and warnings (which some members may not want the public to know about) would be up for debate along with a series of questions concerning the activity of the section. Undoubtedly, this would cause much drama over the boards. These sections are kept private to protect the staff from scrutiny about either futile or serious matters so that matters are discussed in professionally and peacefully.

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Inquiry #2.1: Lost Accounts
Everything about lost accounts can be read in this topic. If you see a topic about a lost account, please don’t tell the person who made the topic to message a moderator. Moderators aren’t obligated to return a lost account.

• Why isn’t it a moderator’s duty to retrieve accounts? The duties of a moderator are listed in this topic. You have to be more responsible for your account by never giving it to anybody or having harder-to-crack passwords. If you lost your account on this site, at least you will know to make it more secure in the future. Also, we get too many lost-account requests, and our activity in N-B will decrease because of these requests. However, some moderators may choose to return accounts. You just have to be a bit patient in the long run.

Inquiry #2.2: Ladder Swappers
What is Ladder Swapping? It’s playing a ladder game with your alternative account, friend, clanmate, etc. and surrendering/having them surrender on purpose to give/gain "free" wins. Swapping is cheating. The penalty for swapping can range from an account reset to a confiscation of accounts. Temporary bans or permanent site-bans may occur.

Our punishment system for swappers isn’t listed anywhere because we look at many things before judging anything. You may be asking: "How many swap games constitutes a punishment?” The answer is one. Just one game can be classified as a swap. This minimum number is to show you that you should not try to cheat the system and avoid punishment. There is a zero tolerance policy when it comes to swapping. So remember, once we have the needed proof, regardless of how many games you swapped, your account will be subject to punishment. Rest assured, however, that we won’t reset anyone without solid proof regardless public opinion. We don’t want to reset anyone who doesn’t deserve it because we cannot bring their level back to what it was.

At the beginning, the N-A administration had different views about swapping. Swappers weren’t the moderators’ problem, but that of the administrators. After some time, swapping became more popular so the moderation staff decided to put their hands into it. It was quite ho-hum at the start where we were trying to set punishments, rules, etc., but nowadays everyone knows their role and swappers are being eliminated faster than ever. Members who have swapped in the past can still be reset. If we find many swappers who belonged to the same clan, that clan will lose some experience points. In some cases, these clans will be disbanded as well.

In conclusion, ladder swap and you will be reset, have your account taken, or site banned!


Inquiry #2.3: Banning
You may be aware about our latest banning system, but what you are not aware of is our protocol when it comes to this. When a moderator decides that someone should be banned, he/she makes a Ban Request topic. In that topic, a discussion about the ban takes place. Three other moderators would have to agree on the ban for it to be passed. This guarantees that there are no abuses when it comes to bans, and every moderator can post what they think about the case. These ban topics are not deleted in case something comes up in the future. However, Global Moderators are able to ban instantly without have 3 moderator votes. If you were ever banned, there is no automatic notification which says "You are banned for X amount of days"; the forum doesn't have that feature. You have to wait for a moderator requesting your ban to PM you. If you have issues, you can message the moderator who requested your ban, or you can message a GM.

• The big question is: can a user be unbanned? We consider bans to serve as a form of reflection on the sections that led to the punishment and understand that people can change overtime, so that is why we have a way to repeal a permanent ban. This type of ban repeal is for permanently banned members only; site banned members will not be able to repeal their bans. In order for the repeal process to initiate, a member must contact one staff member 6 months after their initial ban. The banned member will be sent a set of questions to answer that will determine if the banned member is qualified for an un-banning once a moderator or GM has carefully looked over the initial ban. Upon receiving the answered questions, a topic will be made concerning the state of the permanently banned account. On this topic all Global Moderators vote whether or not the member should be un-banned by voting yes or no accompanied by their reasoning. The Forum Admin has the final say in determining the fate of a permanently banned member.

It is important to note that you understand handling a ban repeal case is completely voluntary for the staff members, therefore rushing an application may lead to your repeal being discarded. As well, any forms of major rule breaking once un-banned will result in your account being permanently re-banned without hesitation and any reconsideration for a future repeal. Keep in mind that a ban repeal is NOT guaranteed and a system meant to be abused. We will know if certain members commit severe offenses then asking for a ban repeal exactly six months after the offense was committed. .

• If you feel at any moment that a regular ban was unfair, please address this through private messages. Do not create new accounts to contact moderators through the boards. Ban evading is strictly prohibited and will lead to all your current accounts being permanently banned! Note that the ban length can be changed if we find out that the offense wasn't as severe as it turned out to be.

Inquiry #2.4: Reporting Rule-Breakers and Moderators
You, as a member, have the ability to report other members and moderators. As a member, if you choose to, you can report any or all rule breakers. If there's a post bothering you, it is recommended that you message a moderator and let them handle it. Posting one word to the rule breaker, even if it's "reported," can cause a lot more problems. When reporting someone to a moderator, it's important to include the name(s) of the rule breaker(s), what rule they're breaking in which post, and the link to the topic they broke a rule in. If you can't give us these things, it's going to make our job harder; give us as much information you can. If you want to tell a member to not break a rule by post or private message, please follow the rules of reporting in this guide.

Moderators can be warned too? Yes, in a way they can, but not like regular members. There comes a time when even moderators break rules or they're just not doing their job right. Don't be afraid to report them to a global moderator if you ever see they've done something wrong. If the situation is serious, what usually happens is the GM talks with that moderator to get to the bottom of why the mod did what he/she did and eventually tells the person not to let it happen again. Don't expect that mod to be demoted just because of one or two rule breaks, but it's still important to report it anyway. GMs share their reports and doubts among themselves so when a moderator keeps breaking rules constantly; he/she will most likely lose the position. If the situation reported was really serious, GMs will take immediate action and a demotion may occur almost instantaneously. The Forum Admin has the final say on this.

Inquiry #2.5: General Moderation
Our purpose of moderation is to keep forums clean, solve problems, and help members. By helping the members, we are not going to do your missions or your homework; we’re here to ensure that everything in the forum is running properly. It isn't giving warnings to every rule breaker neither; just observing. If everyone were able to post anything he/she wants, the forum will be useless and a total mess. There will always be people who say that moderators are too strict; there will also be other people who say that we are not strict enough. This equilibrium shows that the work we do is balanced. :]

• The List of responsibilities is listed here.
Why is the staff never doing everything and not taking requests from members? Firstly, the staff members are simply members just like you, except with a title and some powers to maintain peace. They are still members with their GFX shops, guides, clans, and friends. We aren’t paid workers who are logging in at 7 A.M and logging off at 3 P.M. We are simply volunteers who maintain peace on this free site.

• Why don’t moderators change every 6 months? In a way, they actually do. After reviewing each moderator every 6 months, there are usually a few demotions. However, changing the whole staff will make everything unstable and continuing projects will be very difficult. If you take a look at the list of our past moderators, you will see that we have had many moderators here.

• Please note that moderators have nothing to do with the game, balances and the official site; that is all up to the administrators. Also, the best way to communicate with us is through Private Messages. Moderators do not have to take requests, reports, or answer any questions via other communication channels (e.g. chatboxes, MSN).

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Inquiry #3.1 Freedom of Ideas
• Forum moderators have to protect members from flames, pornography, or racial insults. The forum is the private property of the site owners (Gametester and Mark). It is not your home where you can do anything you want. Think about your own sites and blogs being invaded with spam, ads, pornography, and flaming. You wouldn’t allow that to happen either, right? If you are totally against that, don’t be a hypocrite here and break the rules!
It is a freedom of privacy; anyone can make a website and manage it in any way.

Inquiry #3.2 Spam
• Some may say that spam doesn't hurt. Imagine yourself asking an important question, having a problem with something, presenting your new signature, or making a big tournament, and your topic being spammed with "lolz,” "join my clan,” "gl with it,” and so on. Spam hurts, hitting in all your effort to create a topic and all your hope to get an answer. It's fun but only for the one spamming.
Creating a spam topic (or making a topic in the wrong section) is making other valuable topics less visible for members and as we all know, there is no search function here.

Inquiry #3.3 Flame
• No matter what excuse you pick ("but he is an idiot so I can say it aloud”), you already know some things are inappropriate. We have kids here so when you are about to post something that crosses the boundary, stop and think. Same goes for other inappropriate things, not only flame. Would you like your family or friends see this or be harassed like that?
Flaming as criticism (negative opinions) is not needed - if you just state that you hate something, your message is not helpful. The creator of a clan, signature or a tournament wouldn't know what was wrong and won't improve. If you think that your actions don't hurt, banning you from the forum shouldn't hurt you too.

Inquiry #3.4 Discussing Moderators and Their Actions
• This rule was created a long time ago when N-B was still young. We have this rule in place so it doesn’t cause any additional drama. For example, if a member creates a topic and starts discussing a moderator, the chances are high that it’ll turn into a flame fest which in turn, will lead to many members getting warned/banned. It is impossible to change and improve anything, and dealing with unneeded complaints, which will only hinder the final result. In other words, if we focus on our smallest mistakes and delve into them, our activity on other fields will decrease.

• There is only one way to discuss moderators and their action, and that is to message a Global Moderator. If you have a problem against a GM, feel free to message other GMs or the Forum Admin. Reporting things to GMs works perfectly; you just don't see the result in a shiny announcement on the main page.

Inquiry #3.5 Advertising
• Advertising is a form of promoting other products, services and locations. On Naruto-Boards, advertising non-partnership sites is forbidden. While the regulation leans towards the business aspect that comes with competing sites, it also avoids leading members to harmful or inappropriate sites. As said in the Forum Guide, signatures provide some exceptions to the advertising rule. You may link social media sites (YouTube, Tumblr etc.) in your signature, but you are taking responsibility for the contents. If these links lead members to mature or inappropriate content, the links may be removed or warned for.

• Not only signatures, but there are some sub-sections that allow non-partnership sites to be linked and posted. Section rules should often tell you whether or not the site is an exception to the rules. In the case they are not exceptions to forum or section rules, the links will be removed or the topics will be closed. The Games section, especially, does not allow any other non-partnership online games to be discussed or linked. There are special topics that allow for members to trade only their IDs and gamer-tags amongst themselves.

• There are specific reasons for these strict advertising rules over the forum. The most important being that since Naruto-Boards is a forum made for Naruto-Arena – an online flash game site – it is only fitting that the primary focus for this forum should be on-site in-gaming. By allowing other competing online games to be discussed and debated over the forum, we are taking away this forum’s sense of community and belonging that unites us under Naruto-Arena in-gaming. The purpose of this rule is to enforce a better sense of community amongst our members so that members do not stray away from this site due to the material posted on our forums.

* When in doubt about board policies, always contact a moderator for assurance. *

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Inquiry #4.1 Post Count
Many of you ask why some sections have their post count turned on while others have it turned off. Some of you may even ask why post count even matters. Essentially, post count shows how active an individual member is in his or her community. The higher the post count, the more involved a member is on the forum. So why do we turn post count off in some sections? This is primarily due to the lack of structure and fruitful posts in these sections. The sections that do have their post count turned on are sections meant to assist members, maintain structure, and have a bigger impact on the site and boards. With post count turned off, there is more freedom to post in those sections without breaking forum rules, though you are not free to post randomly asrules still exist within in these sections. In sections such as Miscellaneous, Clans, and Showcases, there are more leniencies since not every post made in these sections will necessarily benefit the community. For example, a topic/post containing a funny image is obviously different than a post/topic asking for advice regarding the game or GFX. Post counts resemble your contributions to the site and community, and to ensure its effectiveness, these are now the standards.

Inquiry #4.2 Hokage Office
The Hokage Office serves as a median between members and moderators. It is used to announce updates, projects, problems and events that moderators wish to express to the members. It also has sections made for members to address their questions, concerns, and ideas about the game, site and forum.

• Forum and Site Feedback
Members are able to ask questions about the Site / Forum as well as report bugs and glitches. Topics that have received absolute answers are locked, so that newer questions will not be overlooked due to new posts on older topics.

• Game Feedback
Game Typos and Mistakes as well as Game Bugs and Glitches sections have gone through management changes. Not only has the game admin or character batches/balances changed, but moderators have as well. The moderators assigned to it, with the game admin's consent, have decided to sticky any topic in need of a fix of clarification. This helps you know which ones have been confirmed and need no further posts. Similar to the Forum Feedback section, any answered or confirmed non-typo or non-glitch topics will be locked.

The rules, announcements and stickies have been updated with new valuable information. They usually try to answer commonly asked questions, so make sure to go through them before posting a topic – your question may have already been answered. However, feel free to make a topic, or contact a moderator of the section, if the provided information does not fully answer your inquiry.

Inquiry #4.3 Ninja Headquarters
• Clans
In the past, the Clan section had a post count. The rules were limited to "do not spam, do not flame,” etc. When members kept saying "good luck" just for fast and easy post counts, wishing luck became forbidden. Some moderators thought that it was wrong to allow "hi" being posted, as well. These unclear regulations were causing moderators to decide whether or not he/she will warn for spam because of unclear rules, thus had been abused by some moderators occurred. With recent affairs, free discussion is now allowed. As it has turned out, clan threads do not only serve as organizational structures, but also as home bases. Clan members get to interact with each other via these threads, which led to us lessening up the section rules and turning off post count since it would be unfair of us to deprive users of the fun they are entitled to have.

• Wars
Without a shadow of doubt, Wars represent the main source of Flame/Drama on Naruto-Boards and NHQ is well aware of that. When handling such threads, NHQ moderators follow a preset course of action, which consists in:
1. Verbally Warning the offending parties (warnings can be handed out as well, depending on the severity of the offenses)
2. Handing out warnings, while reminding offenders that taking it any further might result in the thread being locked
3. Locking the thread (first lock is temporary, second lock is permanent)
This approach may apply to Clan Threads/Tournaments as well.

Inquiry #4.5 Ninja Works
• Graphics Showcases
It has been recently decided to turn post count off in this section as quite a lot of showcases were turning into personal Spam Kingdoms with little or no content in a majority of comments. This section primarily serves as a place of discussion, much like clan threads; however, this does not mean anything is permissible in Graphic showcases since all forum rules still apply. In short, you are allowed to have small discussions with other members in your graphics showcase.

Inquiry #4.6 Great Ninja Countries
• Australia and New Zealand
The Great Ninja Countries sections feature subsections with non-English speaking members, which is why Australia and New Zealand has been removed. The purpose of these sections is to give members who are non-native English speakers a chance to interact with others who speak their own languages. Since Naruto-Boards’ primary language is English, it is only fitting to remove country sections whose primary language is also English, otherwise the United States, England, and other native English speaking countries should also have a section made.

• You may create topics within Great Ninja Countries if there is not a subsection or topic already made.

Inquiry #4.7 Interests & Social Area
• Games
While advertising has normally only been defined as a link or statement used to draw attention away from the site, allowing discussion of competitor games has proved to be harmful to our site's traffic. As such there has been a change in the Games section has included the discussion of competitor games into the advertising rule, as such those topics are no longer allowed.

• Miscellaneous - House of Humor
In the past, an overflow of topics made with humorous intent caused a single topic to be created where all funny topics would locked and directed to, in hopes of keeping the flood under control. That topic has been removed and an entire House of Humor section created in its place.

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Inquiry #5.1 Procedures of a Section Revamp
A section revamp takes a lot of time. This is to ensure that the process is top quality. First, we analyze the whole section and think of improving the organization from renaming, dividing and merging sub-forums existing there. Of course, we have to take into account other sub-forums in other sections. After that, moderators work on creating the rules, stickied topics, contests, etc. The bigger the section, the more time it takes. After this, the moderators check the current announcements and stickies to save them if needed. Once this is finalized, we have to prepare implementation procedures (basically how we move the topics from the old section to the new section) to not have section locked for too long.

• During each step, we need the section moderators and especially the Section Head to give their opinions. If the change is major, the assistance of a few GMs is usually required as well.

Inquiry #5.2 Annual Events

Ninja Headquarters

Holiday Havoc – Hosted in the Winter
Vicious Valentines – Hosted on Valentine’s Day
Summer Showdown – Hosted in the Summer
Halloween Horrors – Hosted in the Fall

Ninja Works

• Halloween Contests – When Halloween comes around, we celebrate this special Holiday with several artistic contests revolving around the themes of pumpkins, candy and those of the spooky nature.
- Ghoulish Graphics – Signature Contest
- Avatar Afterlife – Avatar Contest
- Witch’s Cauldron Coking – Writing Contest
- Creatures Crawling From The Crypt – Custom Character Contest

• Winter Holidays Contests –Similar to the Halloween art contests, but this time we have winter and Christmas themed events.
- Gingerbread Extravaganza – Signature Contest
- Fruitcake Factory – Avatar Contest
- Writing In A Winter Wonderland – Writing Contest
- Frosty The Snowman – Custom Character Contest

• Summer Contests - Similar to the other special events art contests, but this time we look more into theme that would fit the warm season of summer, closing with a tournament based contest consisting on several rounds.
- Signature Of The Week [Summer Edition]
- Avatar Of The Week [Summer Edition]
- Poet’s Pool Party & Sunny Stories – Writing Contest
- Fun In The Sun – Custom Character Contest
- Beat The Heat – GFX Tournament

Interests & Social Area

Miscellaneous Banner Contest - A contest in which members submit banners to be featured in the Miscellaneous section for a period of three months.
Summer Spam Kingdom - Summer-themed SK's can be accompanied by a challenge to complete as many as possible before a deadline.
Secret Santa/Admirer - Graphic related events, both hosted in the winter.
Holiday Games/Themes/Discussions - With each big holiday we post a series of official discussion topics pertaining to the holiday, themed forum games, and themed Spam Kingdoms.

Inquiry #5.3 Coming projects
As a heads-up, listed below are some upcoming projects we’re working on.
• GFXer of the Month
• Great Ninja Countries Contests

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• Revamp Project Leader: sasuke_newyork
• Revamp Support With Answers: DasakeUchiha, Lightning, martin_miroku, Noctis, habib_uchiha, Kagome_Simi, roxasmanny, BlackDragonGod

• Original Project Leaders: Slavik-sensei, ZelosTheHero
• Original Support With Answers: Lazy_Genius_13, Nes, Ninetailsboy

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