I just got such into heaps of written material over a mod being sacked by SE recently and towards the end stumbled over a post by @RoryAlsop (https://meta.stackexchange.com/a/334095/295537):
tl;dr - I mod 6 sites: Security, Music, Parenting, Outdoors, Sound and Video - I'm suspending all my mod activity on them until SE sort this out. I am just one voice among many, but I hope I add to the clamour.
As pointed out by Charlie, same is true for @Kevin: https://meta.stackexchange.com/a/334177/295537
For those not already aware of the issue, be aware that you will lose quite a bit of time if you go into reading it. My personal gist is that a well-known and -respected mod has been sacked without due notice over a disagreement. I have not enough information (and I am unsure if anyone except those directly involved do) to comment on the reasons and specifics behind it. However the lack of proper reaction by SE alone is a very bad sign in my opinion. As a result many mods have stepped down and/or suspended their work in protest - and so did Rory, as stated in the post linked above.
In any case I totally support the move. I am personally not invested enough in SE to care that much, but I am definitely worried about lasting community implications given how widespread the consequences are. Also for TGO in specific it would be very sad to lose Rory. For now I think we should be ok though, I believe the community should be able to moderate TGO. Obviously I do hope SE shows a useful reaction and Rory will return to activity though.