You may or may not have heard that there are some controversies around moderation on the network, specifically in relation to the moderation of GPT-produced posts, but more generally around lack of consultation with moderators (and emblematically, some policy changes which we shouldn't speak about publicly, in our understanding). There is a post here explaining the situation in more detail than I am able to.
A group of moderators from around the StackExchange network has signed an open letter calling for a moderation strike until the company is willing to address these concerns (EDIT: as of 9th June, 109 moderators out of the total pool of 538, from 76 different SE sites). I've signed the open letter and thus will be ceasing moderation while the strike continues (I've not received confirmation from all other MO moderators on their plans, but I know several of us will sign). We don't expect this to have a very noticeable negative impact on the site, but we wanted you to be aware.
If you agree with it, all users are welcome to sign the open letter. We will keep the community updated as events progress, and welcome your feedback here.