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I guess it was 2009, 2010 when I started to study the ExpressionEngine. Since then, I've learned a lot and, most of the times, it was thanks to the community. So I've been answering questions here as a way to give back to this wonderful community and also to help in making better sites. Being one of the moderators is an opportunity to do even more on this matter.
I will be glad to be one of the moderators, if you, EECMS developers, want me to be.
After being a member of EE exchange for the past two years, I'd like to nominate myself for a moderator position.
Why vote for me? I have a long history with ExpressionEngine, starting from version 1.1. For the first 4 years (till version 1.6.x) I was a regular user, who gained his EE knowledge by researching ee code line-by-line. Now many of you know me as an addons developer. I enjoy spending time on stackexchange to answer, review and flag questions pertaining to both my addons as well as general EE related questions. My 5k reputation makes me the 11th highest ranking member on EE stack exchange.
I want to become a moderator in order to help and give back to our wonderful EE community.
If needed, I'm happy to step up again to assist the site as a moderator... though it's probably best to have someone new step in. I'm also happy to assist as a person the new moderators can call if they have questions or get stuck on something.
I've been building sites with EE since 2008 and have a great respect and admiration for the EE community. Should additional moderators be needed, I'd be proud to help out.
I enjoy keeping up with the Stack Exchange site and have been an active member since beta answering questions, participating in meta, and reviewing/flagging posts. I'm a big fan of the Stack Exchange format.