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Moderator Membership

How can I tell if someone is a Moderator of TMP?
You know they are a Moderator when you see the blue hat after their membername - for instance, Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian.
What is a Moderator?
TMP moderators are full or part-time paid staff members of TMP. They are also known as "editors." They function as assistant webmasters for the website.
How many Moderators are there?
TMP currently has these Moderators:
  1. Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian (1994-present)
  2. Personal logo Editor Gwen The Editor of TMP (2014-present)
  3. Personal logo Editor Julia The Editor of TMP (2013-2014, 2014-present)
  4. Personal logo Editor Dianna The Editor of TMP (2014-present)
  5. Personal logo Editor Hebber The Editor of TMP (2014-present)
Haven't there been other Moderators in the past?
There are a few individuals who are no longer active as moderators. Inactive moderators do not have the moderator logo after their membername. Former moderators include:
  1. Editor Alexa Inactive Member (2013-2014)
  2. Editor Jhajha Inactive Member (2014)
  3. Editor Claire Inactive Member (2013-2014, 2014-2015)
  4. Editor Maui Inactive Member (2014-2015)
Why do you hire so many Filipinos?
Well, first of all, my wife is a Filipina, so I have a lot of connections with that country. I also operate another website that is dedicated to the Philippines, and because of that, I meet a lot of qualified people looking for work. And, lastly, I hope to retire to the Philippines some day and continue business operations there.
Are your Filipino editors paid a fair wage?
Absolutely! But if you doubt me, just ask them.
Shouldn't you hire wargamers?
It doesn't require a wargaming background to format text, process graphics, update databases, or to do most of the work of running a website. However, all of our workers are required to learn more about the hobby.
Is it true that some of your workers are transgender?
In 2014, another website "outed" several of our staff members against their will. Our policy is not to discriminate on the basis of gender or sexual orientation.