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Welcome to the Freecycle Mod Manual.
The purpose of this online manual is to serve as a refresher for mods who are "old hat" and to provide a single source of information for newly recruited mods regarding required guidelines, local group options and general tips for the smooth running of local groups.
The Freecycle Mod Manual is a single source of valuable information to reference in providing local volunteer moderation of Freecycle groups, training new mods, and in general learning tips that you might not have known before reading these pages. Many mods put their efforts on the pages within this manual. We tried to give credit where credit is due, but could not always identify original references. We apologize for the oversight and can honestly say it is not intentional.
We appreciate each and every letter, instruction, and reference we acquired and edited accordingly. Without all of YOUR help, this manual would not have come to pass. This manual will continue to grow to meet the needs of Freecycle groups everywhere and we expect the information contained will change and evolve accordingly.
We are always on the lookout for changes we may have missed, typos, and outdated information. Feedback and critiques are always welcome! If you have suggestions, comments, additional ADMINS, or notices that you think would be helpful to others,
Please include proper credit if the work isn't yours. Thank you.
The Freecycle FAQ Team
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