Been a reddit member for at least 12mths
I have been a Reddit member for 2 years (I have been an active participant in the Lego community for about 14 years).
have a history of /r/lego community participation
I am not a huge contributor, but I do post both through my MOCs and also comments.
what's your time zone?
I am in Australia
what do you like about /r/lego?
I like the diversity of /r/lego. As an active online and local AFOL, I find /r/lego captures the entire cross section of Lego enthusiasts in a way that other lego groups can’t. From kids, parents, occasional builders, new AFOLs, TFOLs and experienced AFOLs. This gives real depth in content and gives a fresh perspective to the hobby.
what would you like to change about /r/lego? Why/how?
I like /r/lego, so I would like it to continue as an inclusive environment for all users.
what do you want to achieve by becoming a member of the /r/lego mod team?/Why do you want to become a mod?
I have never done any moderating, so can’t bring any experience, but I would like to involve myself more in giving back to a hobby that I have taken so much from. (and also gives me an excuse when my husband tells me I am on Reddit too much).
what posts should be removed from /r/lego?
Posts which include any content which could reasonably be considered inappropriate and personal attacks.
I don't believe that my role should include any kind of judgement on quality and interest, as long as it meets the rules of /r/lego.
Reading the responses by the people who have put their hand up so far, it is clear that the /r/lego community is made up of really amazing members, so I don't expect to get the position. But I am showing my interest anyway.