Because everyone on this forum is human, and has their own perspectives, it's only natural to expect we won't always agree. This includes users not necessarily agreeing with a moderator's actions or decisions.
Because of this, I've talked John Lee (JAL3) into taking on a new role -- Moderator Arbitration.
If you disagree with a moderator's actions, you are free to send a PM to John, and discuss it with him. John will discuss it with both sides, and come to a decision on the issue, taking into account the forum rules.
Why John? Because, to be honest, he's one of the most level-headed people I know. He's open-minded and willing to hear out both sides, and will respond to disagreements in a calm, cool, rational way, which is exactly what is needed.
This isn't carte blanche to grumble about every moderator action to John. Being a squeaky wheel won't work in your favor -- if you're constantly butting heads with the moderators, there's a good chance that you're pushing the boundaries more than you ought to.
But, we're human, and humans make mistakes, as well as have their own biases. Thus, I want to provide an outlet for people to say "Hey, I think Kevin over-reacted about Frank's post".
And yes, that means you can take issues with me to John, as well.
Note that this is meant for discussion of disciplinary actions only.