You should really take some time writing your answer for this.
This is going to sound like a giant cheese ball but here goes. When I was banned from outpost a year and a half ago (listed below) I thought it was the end of trading for me. I was trading in unusuals at that point and didn’t see how I could continue my unusual trading career without outpost. But then I somehow found bazaar.tf and I thought I might as well give it a try. Since then I’ve made a ton of trades, a ton of auctions, and a ton of friends. This has become my favorite community by far. And it only seems fair to at least offer to give back to the community that has given me so much. I feel that I have the time, skills, and inclination to get the job done.
2. How old are you?
3. Where do you live, and how much time can you spend moderating? Also what is your timezone?
US, Georgia EST the amount of time I can spend moderating will depend on my schedule semester to semester, but this last semester I spent around 3-4 hours per day (don't judge me) on bazaar.tf dicking around
4. Are you an active Steam user?
5. What experience do you have in community administration?
-I own a steam group of just over 1000 members with an active forum (the one affiliated with bazaar.tf)
-I am a server moderator for the largest raffle group on steam Team Fortress 2 Trade and Raffle group (http://tftrg.com/) so I do a lot on the server as well as on the forums (mostly reviewing moderator applications and dealing with spam and inappropriate content)
6. If you've been banned from another community, what happened?
I was banned from outpost a year and a half ago due to a misunderstanding with a c/o. I appealed, and my appeal didn't get responded to. In January I re-appealed and my appeal got accepted.
7. Are you really willing to commit to putting in work for Bazaar.tf?
Keep in mind that we deal with reports, tickets, and complaints constantly.
Yes, I've had plenty of experience dealing with unruly traders, both in trading and in the two communities listed above. I really like to help people and I think I could do a good job here.
8. Finally, do you understand that we don’t conduct ourselves too seriously around here?