Zulip, like all official Rust spaces, is governed by the Code of Conduct. If you have concerns, please feel free to escalate to the moderation team.
However, though the moderation team is the top-level body here, it is not the only place where you can seek help with moderation within Zulip.
One method for reaching the Zulip administrators privately is to email
See this page
for details on how this works.
You can also ping the
@mods group on Zulip; note that this will be public.
It is not currently possible for normal users to self-administrate (e.g., muting another user). However, each individual stream, including private streams, can be muted:
Some common actions for moderators are listed on this page.
- in “Organization permissions” we can restrict users to mandate invitations before joining (this is the “no new users” button)
New admins/moderators should add themselves to the
mods group on Zulip. (Note
that this is something that any user can do!)