Moderators - Display of badges and / or indication of this qualification in posts
JoaBravo last edited by lamarca
If allowed to ask: Is it optional for them? Both in their own profiles and in their forum posts?
I would guess for Team members it's mandatory for others optional.
JoaBravo last edited by
@JoaBravo Let's wait if someone from the team has better info.
@kahukura This is result of high level on Z/os.
@kahukura That's Cyrillic. Member of Sys1.Parmlib. Resolution: not resolved.
My question is because I was in a moment of idleness and sleeplessness. Then, I remembered that right from my initial steps in these forums, I received an indication from another user that one of my posts on the topic was out of context. Precisely me ! So exempt from these features!
I reacted, contesting. With the carriage move, I found that he was a moderator. However, he did not wear a badge on his profile or an indication on his posts.
If he did, my reaction would be different. We were at a time when the user could not even edit their posts. If he displayed, I would have told him at the outset that, since he thought so, that he would then take care of deleting my post.
If he were malicious, he would be endangering my Viv membership. Because, any problem that would result, he would provide the display of their credentials on the profile and posts and, once done, everything would backtrack all past time. And with which evidence could I support my no-fault?
Later I learned that he is a perfect gentleman, an unblemished character. More reason I had to bother with my own initial behavior, but which he, by not showing his credentials, had provoked.
potmeklecbohdan last edited by
@JoaBravo It’s optional — you can see that @lamarca doesn’t use a badge and is a moderator and a translator. However, if you go to one’s profile, you can see all their groups by clicking the groups item in the three-dot menu.
... if you go to one’s profile, you can see all their groups by clicking the groups item in the three-dot menu.
Thankful. I already knew this and I already have used sometimes. My point is the immediate knowledge from who is writing / responding, about the credentials of the user he is interacting with. This may be important and with this topic I believe I pass some feedback to other users.
However, if you go to one’s profile, you can see all their
I understand there is a sign out there
in the audiencethat once again says: "What's the secret word for tonight?"
- Fzappa quote adapted
That's very, very true. You can visit any user profile. The other side (the profile you "visited) can easily know who was there, no third-part required, just ctrl+shift+i
See token bellow
sgunhouse last edited by
On other forums it is common for both moderators and staff to have badges next to their name - the old MyOpera did, as well as Opera's current forums (fora?). As the current Opera forums use the same software as here, I know this is possible here as well, if they wished to.
Some mods may have forgot to enable the display of the badge in their forum profile.
@Gwen-Dragon Please, be merciful
or indication of this quality in posts
I fear my short answers rarely would get a good quality indicator.
I do not think that sich information really helps. Or do we need now a challenge for "Years's Best Mod of The Vivaldi".
@Gwen-Dragon I am strongly favor of short answer. Heard it's considerate lack of attention.
Allow me some considerations:
If I put the word quality into English Dictionary it gives as a secondary meaning, however valid, capacitance, which is the meaning I want give in my post title.
So, quality can mean also "capacitance".
If I put "capacitance" in translator English - German, I get Kapazität.
I believe I have written correctly until for the German meaning.
Still an editing adding:
If I put the word quality into English-German translator, I get, among others, "die Eigenschaft". This gives, among others, at German to English, "capacity", which definitely shuts the question.
This, however, does not invalidate the fun of your joke.
Gratitude for your special positive vote, among other things, for your
JoaBravo last edited by
Perhaps, instead of "quality", I should have written "qualification" or "credential" in the title of this thread. They can do not rigorously meet the requirements of the normative grammar, but should ease the quicker understand of the intention of what I intend to mean.
TbGbe last edited by
If I put the word quality into English Dictionary it gives as a secondary meaning, however valid, capacitance
In that case I would recommend changing your dictionary!!
However, you could say that capacitance is a quality of an electrical circuit (in the same way as voltage and current are). Perhaps that is where the confusion is?