Please join us in welcoming our new Moderators, as well as Joe Armstrong (@joeerl), one of the creators of Erlang, to our Admin team!
Our new mods in alphabetical order…
Many of you will know Jason has been looking after our official conference talk threads for the last couple of years, and he is now joining our mod team to not only continue that, but look over all of our Learning Resources sections
Similarly, many of you will remember Allen helped set-up and look after the Suggestions & Proposals section, he’ll now continue this as the official moderator for that section
Connor is part of the Nerves Core team and has been very active on the forum within its sections. Although the entire Nerves team has moderator powers for the Nerves sections, Connor is the first to join the forum mod team itself
James is active in many of our learning related sections - and you will have probably noticed he watches most conferences talks and loves to share his reviews/opinions of them, now, being an avid book reader, he is officially going to lead our Book Club
Many of you will know Koko as he’s probably answered one of your questions! He’s joining the team to help with some of our busiest sections, the Elixir and Phoenix Questions/Help sections
We’re sure you’ll agree they will all make fantastic additions to the team - thank you all and welcome!
Thank you also our GMs for everything you do and for those of you who would love to join the team, you can - it all depends on how involved you are with the forum. One of the best ways is to be active and get involved with one of our many initiatives
We are also very excited to announce that Joe Armstrong, one of the creators of Erlang, is joining our Admin team!
Many of you will have noticed that Joe has become more active in the community and on the forum as of late, and so we thought we couldn’t not repay that love by not asking him! Robert and Joe are currently the only active creators of Erlang and we are very honoured that they are spending time with us and being involved with Elixir. We feel that having them both on our Admin team reflects the sentiment of the community - that we hold them in very high regard and are very grateful for their creation, Erlang, which is in no small part making all of our lives better today through Elixir.
Thank you Joe and Robert - we you!