Today I'm sending an email to Stack Exchange resigning my moderator position.
That's less dramatic than it sounds as I've been essentially retired for the past year but I have been helping out occasionally. I've considered resigning several times since things really started going crazy but instead marked myself as inactive. I decided to wait on the basis that I might be stepping in to help out again - if and only if I saw signs of improvement from Stack Exchange.
Instead I see multiple longstanding and respected Community Managers leaving (some not through their own choice it seems) and a pathetic non-apology to Monica for the way she was treated. A non-apology that clearly had only been drafted by a lawyer under duress.
So thank you for nominating me as moderator pro-tem. Thank you for voting for me as moderator. Thank you for all you've done over the years. And thank you for helping make Worldbuilding the site it is. Unfortunately I cannot continue to support a company that treats its community, its volunteers, or its employees like this.
I'm not deleting all my SE accounts but I will be looking for alternatives in the future. Stack Exchange today is not the Stack Exchange that I started supporting and advocating for many years ago and so reluctantly I must move on.