This feature has been requested a few times, and it makes good sense so d3rr and I implemented it.
For any sub, you can now view the log of the actions of the moderators for that sub, called the modlog for short. On reddit, voat, and on saidit up until now, this list of actions by moderators has been private, visible only to mods of that sub and admins. This means if a moderator deleted something, the only way for others to see that is to go to another website that hosts the deleted comments and posts.
Now, with this new change, anyone can view the mod actions for any sub on saidit. This means you can see what posts were deleted by mods, what users were banned on that sub, what comments were deleted, when the wiki was edited, and many many other things. This means everything a mod does to their sub's users leaves a public trace, instead of being hidden in private.
This adds another level of deep transparency that will help combat corruption on the level of subs, as well as the site as a whole. Corrupt mods was one of the main drivers for the downfall of reddit, so hopefully these changes will help saidit combat this over the long run.
You can access the modlog for any sub by clicking the new "moderation log" link, found on the right bar of any sub's main page, at the bottom of the box that lists the mods for the sub.
You can also access it directly via the URL by adding /modlog to the end, for example if you want to see the modlog for /s/pics you can go to: www.saidit.net/s/pics/modlog
You can even combine subs, to check the combined modlog for many subs at once using + like this: https://saidit.net/s/pics+saidit+technology/modlog
Offering as much transparency as we can is one of the core values of saidit, so we're happy to be able to bring you this new update! As always, leave any questions or comments below.