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I am new to the Latin Language community, but a long-time user of the Stack Exchange.
I love Latin and want to support the growth of its use and study. Latin is not only our link with the cultural and historical past, but is one of most sophisticated and expressive languages in existence.
I believe in highly tolerant moderation that allows for a maximum in diversity of viewpoints and a supportive, educational atmosphere in communication.
I've been a user here for several years now, and I very much enjoy being part of this community, so I'd be glad to give back to it by taking on some more moderation duties. I have moderation experience on various other forums and internet communities, though never on a StackExchange site.
I've been a long-standing member here (since the beginning!) and have been active in editing, cleaning, tag-suggestions, answering questions not only on the main site but also in meta. I have also been active in the Mythology stack, though, of course, Latin is my most frequent spot on StackExchange.
I have extensive community moderation experience on multiple community platforms, which I believe will be an asset to the Latin Language Stack Exchange. Additionally, I'm well-versed in generating engagement within a community as well as promoting a positive collaboration environment. I'm reliable, trustworthy, and I am confident in my ability to be just - a solid quality to have in any moderation role.
I also feel a sense of dedication to this community. I have benefited greatly from it on my journey to learn Latin, and I want to make sure that other members feel the same.