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I couldn't figure out a specific person to ask other than the obvious, but it seems like Paul might have quite a bit of communication sent his way, easy for questions to get lost in the flood, so I'll post it here.

How do I volunteer to moderate the Gear Forum? I noticed that there wasn't a moderator listed and i figured that it was an area that a.) I have enough knowledge about the topic I could be somewhat helpful in a general sense and b.) that forum doesn't get so much traffic that I would be overwhelmed trying to keep up.

So just putting it out there that I'm willing to do that one if there's a need...
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Forum moderators are staff members who volunteer to adopt a forum.

So we can't take you up on your offer yet.

Your interest has been noted however. And thankyou!
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