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Here you can find old announcements, bulletins, and other things, as well as a list and administrative history.
- Keep abreast of any changes in the News forum.
- Follow us on Twitter at @soulsrpg for more up-to-the-minute and minor updates about 'Souls.
There's only a comprehensive archive from 2008 October up until the present day for board announcements. A few older announcements have been scavenged here and there. If you see an announcement on the forum that isn't repeated here yet, feel free to add it in! You can also look back over past Staff Bulletins here and find out what the 'Souls Assemblage has been doing lately.
- See the Admin History page for more information.
The 'Souls administration consists of three separate tiers. The 'Souls Assemblage is the administrative tier of the staff—these guys take care of the serious problems, perform board maintenance, title users, play with CSS and code, fix things when they break, and address all the various different aspects of both the IC and OOC community. These are the guys to go to when you have a problem, fo' sho'.
Our Moderators, denoted by a gold key, have moderation power over all forums. They are also capable of editing the RP Guide. Moderators are responsible for assisting administrators in a variety of tasks related to board management. A Moderator's duties include, but are not limited to, general board maintenance, new member assistance, project collaboration, information and resource compilation and production, Wiki maintenance and updates, 'Souls promotion and advertising, and contributing opinions where requested. Although the moderation tier is not able to make direct decisions relative to the board and cannot dictate solutions to problems arising on the board, they are still involved in many discussions related to decisions and problems. Feel free to approach moderators with concerns or questions—chances are they can help you out!
Prior to full promotion into Moderator status, a hopeful member must serve as a Moderator Intern for a period of time. This "testing phase" allows the administration to ascertain whether or not the member is suitable for full Moderator status. Moderator Interns have moderation powers over only a few forums, and do not have chat moderation, etc.
3.2 Administrators (see more)