I'd like to raise two matters on this subject, if I may: The first is whether a response to a reported post should include which moderators have reviewed the report/post and which of them is responding. The second is whether a moderator should be allowed to respond, and subsequently close, a report raised about one of their own posts, or whether it should deliberately be left to one of the others. So, for example, imagine I report one of Tiassa's posts for, say, using obscene language. I would then hopefully get a response back to say the matter has been reviewed, what action, if any, taken, and thus closure of the report. But at the moment there is nothing to say that it was not Tiassa himself who reviewed that report of his own post, decided unsurprisingly that the language was suitable, and then closed the report. Should the reviewing moderator not be made clear in the response, even just to avoid any suggestion of conflict of interest? And following that, should it not be obvious that no moderator ought to be the one to review a report raised about their own posts, however trivial the report, that they not be the one to determine if and what resolving action there need be, and then subsequently close it, should that be currently happening? Just some thoughts.