Recently, there have been some strong opinions expressed in opposition to the way the Harmony ONE Subreddit is run and controlled.
Many in the community feel that the current way the Reddit is run is out of sync with the wider community values of inclusion, transparency and fairness.
The reason for this stems from the way that the current moderators do not appear to have an established process on how to make rules or how to apply them, which has led to different rules being applied differently to different people.
This is problematic as it has created a lack of understanding between what the community wants, versus what the moderators believe is good for the community, and vice versa.
It is also problematic as it allows the moderators to apply rules with zero accountability, often contradicting the rules that are in place, at times creating friction within the community for what is perceived as an unfair application of the rules.
There is also a legacy problem relating to how long moderators are allowed to stay as moderators. When the Subreddit was Initially set up, there was apparently no need for moderators to be elected, as the community was relatively small. Now that the community has exceeded 40 thousand members, there is a growing need for a fair and open process for how the community is represented - and we believe an election process would solve this.
Additionally, we propose is a community led review so that a new charter of rules is established, and this should be fairly applied.
I invite you to express your support or opinions on this topic.