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Welcome to Codidact Meta!

Codidact Meta is the meta-discussion site for the Codidact community network and the Codidact software. Whether you have bug reports or feature requests, support questions or rule discussions that touch the whole network – this is the site for you.

Contributor Spotlight: Alexei, Software Development moderator

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This is the next installment of an ongoing series of blog posts highlighting individual contributors to the Codidact Project, as a way of drawing attention to the hard work that people are putting in and saying thank you. This time, I'm directing the spotlight at Alexei, one of our moderators on Software Development.

A self-described introvert, Alexei hails from Bucharest, Romania, also known as "somewhere in the current eastern flank for both NATO and the EU", where he works in software for a living.

Alexei stumbled across a mention of the project Somewhere Else and decided to give it a try, joining the Software Development community first with some Q&A and later as a volunteer moderator. Now, he is heavily involved in the moderation of the Software Development community, including reading almost every new post there; removing off-topic posts and giving guidance to users; managing the tagging system; reviewing suggested edits; and posting in the Meta category for the community.

Alexei's favorite aspect of the Codidact Project is how community-centered it is (which is good to hear, since that's a central tenet of ours). The communites here are able to customize and configure the technical aspects of the site to meet their needs, which is harder to find elsewhere at times. He also wrote a very complimentary LinkedIn article about the platform.

When asked about a favorite post, he said that his favorite type of posts are the ones that provides a "great insight into a rather complicated concept", such as "What is HEAD in Git?" or "What must a C compiler do when it finds an error?".

Alexei also stated that he believes in Codidact's values and hopes that the community will continue to grow, which is a statement that I believe we can all get behind.

I'd like to specially shout out Alexei's dedication to the Software Development community; reading practically every new post and taking the time to guide new users and help them isn't something to be taken for granted, and Alexei does it commendably.


On behalf of the entire Codidact Team, I would like to extend my thanks to Alexei for all that you do on our network and especially the Software Development community, as well as being one of our generous GitHub Sponsors. We appreciate the hard work and dedication you've put into this community, and we certainly hope you'll stick with it for a while longer yet.

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