In connection with the Pro Tem moderator elections, we are holding a Q&A thread for the candidates. Questions collected [from an earlier thread](https://spanish.meta.stackexchange.com/questions/3151/2019-pro-tempore-moderator-election-qa-question-collection) have been compiled into this one, which shall now serve as the space for the candidates to provide their answers. 

Due to the submission count, we have selected all of our provided questions for a total of 8 questions.

As a candidate, your job is simple - post an answer to this question, citing each of the questions and then post your answer to each question given in that same answer. For your convenience, I will include all of the questions in quote format with a break in between each, suitable for you to insert your answers. Just [copy the whole thing after the first set of three dashes](https://spanish.meta.stackexchange.com/revisions/d8856fcb-ec3a-489b-8194-4c08a01767e3/view-source).Please consider putting your name at the top of your post so that readers will know who you are before they finish reading everything you have written, and also including a link to your answer on your nomination post.

Once all the answers have been compiled, this will serve as a transcript for voters to view the thoughts of their candidates, and will be appropriately linked in the Election page.

Good luck to all of the candidates!

**Oh, and when you've completed your answer, please provide a link to it after this blurb here, before that set of three dashes. Please leave the list of links in the order of submission.**

To save scrolling here are links to the submissions from each candidate (in order of submission):



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> 1.Do you think that you can work well with people that you don't like to solve issues?

> You may find yourself needing to work with users you might not like or that you strongly disagree with (whether they are fellow moderators or other users). Do you think that you can avoid taking things personal when doing your moderator job? Do you think that you can be fair when dealing with users you don't particular like?

> For example:

> - How would you handle flags against your own contributions?
> - How would you handle the situation if you noticed that your posts are being systematically downvoted?
> - How would you handle a user that is rude back to your after you have given them warning, feedback or guidance about their contributions? 

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> 2. What do you think Spanish.se is lacking and how do you plan to improve it?

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> 3. You could think of this as a broader question, like, "Now that we are no longer in beta, what should be the next ['Big Hairy Audacious Goal'](https://spanish.stackexchange.com/q/19161/5481) for our site"? or "What are this site's challenges and how do you plan to help empowering the community to work on them"?

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> 3. How do you feel about [low Meta participation](https://i.stack.imgur.com/sr02r.jpg)? If you think it is a problem, how would you get more people to join Meta discussions? If you think it is not a problem, what other mechanisms do you intend to use to get input from the community on proposed policy changes, events, etc.?

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> 4. What is your timezone? When would you be able to attend moderation duties?

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> 5. An established user (User A), with good contributions, often comments on posts from another established user (User B), pinpointing some possible flaws. They have a long pattern of disagreement and normally such comments end up with some flags (one against the other one) and/or downvotes. User B asks the moderators to prevent User A from interacting with them (User B). What would you do as a moderator?

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> 6. What contribution(s) to Meta (no more than three examples) would you say best exemplify your prospective moderation style?

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> 7. As a moderator, how would your current main-site activities such as Q&A, commenting, editing, reviewing and closing/reopening change? Would you increase some activities and lessen others, or would you continue at roughly the same level of activity for these? Would having a [binding vote](https://spanish.meta.stackexchange.com/q/3044) change how you participate and vote in the review queues?

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> 8. Quite often Spanish.SE gets answers from unregistered users that are extremely short, just in the limit of "not an answer". These answers have their value, normally because they talk about the usage of some expression in the user's location. As a moderator you are quite likely to get some flags on these posts (some automatic from the Community user and some from normal users). How do you think such answers need to be handled?