orb3000 · Jun 21, 2011 at 03:00 pm

Know Your XDA Admin & Moderation Team

XDA-developers, our beloved site, has a group of members that actively help to maintain peace and order on the forums. We wanted to let you all know who those members are and what their main roles are on the administration and moderation team, so next time you need us, you will know who to contact depending on your problem or question.

XDA-Developers Forum Administration and Moderation Team

Senior Moderators:  They can be contacted for assistance related to any sub forum:

 

Originally by MikeChannon

Primarily Moderating is about organizing and peace-keeping

 

Forum Specific Moderators should only be contacted regarding moderation of their specific allocated forums. In here, you can find the full list of mods and admins. Please use it and get familiar with them, that way you will be helping us maintain the almost 4 million member community working smoothly.

Also, the forum mods are shown at the bottom of each forum index page

Please leave us your comments.

Thanks to lufc for the idea ;)


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