First round of answers:
(To those whose flag weight is less than 50) In all the time active on the site, why did you not raise many flags? How do you think you will handle this shift from not-flagging to clear flags? - Asaf Karagila
I tended to comment on the mishap rather than flag, since the system was alien to me. However, when I discovered the system, I flagged and commented on problematic situations. When it comes to questions, I tend to vote to close rather than flagging, since it saves the mods some time.
(To all) What is your stand on the CW policy? Do you agree or disagree that most big list and soft questions should be turned CW? - Asaf Karagila
I agree that most big list and soft questions should be CW. The latter tend to get votes steming from subjectivity and the former is just a compendium The votes should serve to order the questions as the community sees fit. See here how I got simply +1 and another user got +6, but the OP chose my question (please avoid voting when visiting the link, I don't want any complaints of propaganda). It is simply subjective.
How much time do you have to spare and have you thought about whether you are really willing to continue this effort over a long time period?
I have a nice deal of time to spare. However, since I'm in University, there will be times I'll be studying for exams. I don't think being a moderator is too hard of an effort, so I think I will be able to continue participating.
What is your stance on "answers in comments" that leave lots of unanswered questions and their flip-side, the "incomplete hint answers"?
Both are useful. Why? They help the OP to think. They don't serve the full dish, so it (hopefully) motivates the OP in trying to work on his own. The hint comments do no harm, and are usually upvoted by the community. As for questions, they have to be well thought out. Usually, the good hint answers come from high rep users who can produce such useful hints. I see a small problematic in new users that tend to answer with a comment, saying "Use this and that", but produce low quality hints. These can be either made a comment or deleted altogether, depending on their quality.
Have you looked at the behaviour and style of the current moderators and do you think that you could cooperate well with them?
I have. However, since I am not part of the team, I will have to get to know their ways and preferences, and this can be only achieved with some time of work.
Question to Moderator Candidates: Are you also active on MathOverflow? Are you active on Meta there? I am not active. I'm a freshman university student in mathematics.
Question to Moderator Candidates: In Which Time Zone are you? I'm in UTC -3.00.