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Guidelines for Moderators

Community members may moderate the open podcast episodes for Code violations and help channelise the public conversations.

Our community is growing vertically, and therefore, at times, moderators may or may not provide grounds for an action of deletion(Deletion for moderation).

In the case of deletion of public messages, the moderation group should delete messages which:

  1. Disclose NPPI: Non-public personal information, e.g. photos, personal information of a member, a government-issued identifier and the like, unless a member expressly waives the right to privacy.

  2. For many reasons such as communication between sparring members on a topic of interest, members wishing to take back their expressions, members may seek deletion of their public expressions. If the Media Committee has reviewed the request in the affirmative, expressions may get deleted.

  3. A Moderator/Ambassador should politely flag any violation of the Foundation's Code of Conduct.

Who can be the Moderators?

The members are from the Editorial Committee of the CouncilPost, Media Council members, Media CWC members, or the Steering Council of a program, and CWC members of a project deployed on the Foundation's network.

Generally, any nominated member holding an office in the network's constitutional body may enable themselves as moderators of the open podcast episode.

Moderation of a live conversation:

Open Podcast episodes are live conversations. The streams are real-time broadcasts on the Foundation's communication systems, where two peers are expressing their views and statements.

Members of the Editorial Committee of CouncilPost or Media CWC: Core Working Committees should only moderate an ongoing live conversation. The episodes are live-streamed and discuss a subject of interest.

The moderators should not take the dialogue personally. When they flag a dialogue, they should do so in a way that is polite to the panellists.

How should I start the podcast live stream?

STEP 1: Log in to the Open Podcast Platform using your E Residency borderless account.

STEP 2: Click on Enter the Live Studio. Select the podcast title you sent for review. A working title should be approved for a member to be able to enter the Live Studio.

STEP 3: Send an invitation to the speakers and guests for the selected title.

STEP 4: When the scheduled time for the stream arrives and the speakers and guests have joined, click on Go.

You can read more about the Code of Conduct and How not to Spam and the communications charter.

Further, read about "Sentient Bot", an AI anonymous communication system on Open Constitution's AI network.

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