This is fine, and for future reference, I cede all decisions regarding
the management of /r/Fedora to the commops group, which I am glad to
hear exists. :) As is perhaps obvious, my involvement in Fedora is
fairly limited these days, so it's important that the group of people
actively managing these sorts of operations is in control without a
single point of failure.
On Wed, Mar 30, 2016 at 6:15 PM, Justin W. Flory <jflory7(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> On 03/30/2016 04:03 AM, Nemanja Milosevic wrote:
>> Hey everyone,
>> I've reached out to jflory7 about moderating r/Fedora subreddit on reddit.
>> He told me that I should post here.
>> Anyway, I am open to help moderating the mentioned subreddit if there is a
>> need for another moderator.
>> I am a frequent reddit user, and read r/Fedora (and some other Linux/FOSS
>> subreddits) quite often. I am also
>> moderating the r/Toshiba subreddit which is similar (some news articles,
>> mostly people asking for help) to r/Fedora,
>> albeit much smaller. I am in the UTC+2 timezone. I should also probably
>> mention that I am an ambassador in EMEA. :)
>> My wiki page is: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/User:nmilosev
>> Also, no worries if the team doesn't need another moderator, I just wanted
>> to reach out and offer my help if it is needed.
>> Have a great day, all.
> Hi all, Nemanja reached out to me on Reddit about contributing as a
> subreddit mod. I had no issue with adding Nemanja as a moderator, but I
> wanted to make sure we did it in an official way. He is active on the
> subreddit already and is a confirmed Ambassador as well.
> I'm +1 to adding Nemanja as a subreddit mod based on his current activity in
> the subreddit and his reputation as a contributor of the project. I am also
> CCing Ian Weller in this reply to get his approval on this as well, as the
> moderator who preceded me.
> Justin W. Flory