I'd like to announce a changing of the guard for Super User moderation.
First, let's extend a hearty welcome to our two new Super User moderators:
In related news, Diago has indicated he'd like to step down as a moderator. Thanks, Diago, for everything you've done so far -- you had arguably the most difficult moderator position with the least support from us (which was totally our fault; a mistake I hope not to repeat) and you did an excellent job regardless. I completely understand and support the decision to take a break from moderating. You are welcome back as a moderator any time on my watch.
As always, I recommend that new moderators (or anyone interested in the topic) read through A Theory of Moderation -- also, keep an eye on the following meta tags for discussion about what moderators should (or shouldn't) be doing on the Trilogy:
While some moderation topics are inherently a private matter between users, we try to discuss as much of it in public as possible. We have a reasonable set of moderation guidelines, but how we moderate continues to evolve -- and will hopefully improve as we bring in new community moderators with new perspectives and new ideas.