On Stack Exchange, we believe the core moderators should come from the community, and be elected by the community
itself through popular vote. We hold regular elections to determine who these community moderators will be.
I'm Philip. I've been hanging around this site for a while now, and I hope I've got a fairly good idea for how the community works at the moment and some of the issues we face. As a moderator on another (lower traffic) site in the network, I've also got a good idea of what being a moderator involves.
I'm Scott. I have been a regular participant here since 2015. I have regularly contributed to the site's review queues, and feel that I have a good understanding of the community's direction and requirements for how it wishes to entrust its moderators.
I'm not sure I would make a good moderator, but since no one else has stepped forward to give us enough candidates to go forward with an election I'm willing to accept the slight risk that I'll be elected so that we can once again have some active moderators in this community. I believe both of the other two candidates would make excellent moderators. I plan to vote for both scottbb and Philip Kendall and I encourage you to do so as well.