I already volunteer a lot for LiveJournal; I'm a very active support volunteer, I'm helping with documentation, and I may even work on a client. I know a lot about LiveJournal that the average user doesn't, and I'm always willing to help people with problems. I don't let personal feelings about how things work or turn out get in the way of what I do, here or elsewhere. I try to keep a level of professionalism in the work I do for LiveJournal and I give people the respect they deserve. I spend a lot of time on LiveJournal, mainly because most of the school and work things I do involve a computer, so I have a lot of time to devote to working on things around here; should you choose me, I've got more than enough time to notice off-topic posts, flaming, and memory-worthy entries. It's certainly within my ability to kindly ask that off-topic posting be taken elsewhere, including where to point them to, and to stamp out flamewars.
I know several of you volunteered to help the new maintainer with anything that needs to be taken care of and I'd be glad to work with any of you; I'd also love to help the maintainer if terytaya or idigital is chosen. For those who've taken the time to read, thank you. Now go find more nifty things on LiveJournal!