i have 2 suggestions that have received positive feedback from G+ers. they may seem detailish or picky but they are important in the sense that they may improve community "tone" / "atmosphere", ie the emotional timbre of communities:
1. Easy: if you start a community, you are identified as the Owner. This is a geeky inherited term that has had its time & does not work with the very idea of "Community". It is very easy to change that to Founder. Even better to treat it as in my next suggestion...
2. Harder: whereas the role of Moderator can stay the same, the label "Moderator" can be editable. for example, at foodies+, which is modeled as a bistro, we would prefer to call each of our 4 moderators: "Chef", "Hostess", "Head Waiter", "Dishwasher". This way members know who to talk to if they have specific questions. In a huge science community, for example, Moderators could be called "Astronomy", " Biology", "Chemistry" etc
thanks for all the all-nighters that you must be putting in this!