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Mon 31 Aug 2009, 12:02 PMTweet
by Ben Langhinrichs
Copyright © 2009 Genii Software Ltd.
What has been said:
886.1. Yancy Lent (08/31/2009 07:01 PM)
I look forward to your insight on how the review process should work. I'm all ears.
886.2. Jess Stratton (08/31/2009 07:58 PM)
What about an IdeaJam for reviewing? An article would need a certain percentage or number of promotions?
886.3. Ben Langhinrichs (08/31/2009 08:44 PM)
As I wrote to Yancy this morning, I hope for less emphasis on voting and more on reviewing and feedback. I want to make sure we get the highest quality articles, not just the most popular. Some of us are better at editing and coherence than others, but just because you are not the best writer around doesn't mean you don't have valuable content, so why not let those who write more naturally help those who do not. Similarly, some of us are stuck in our tidy little caves thinking that everybody else must really care about rich text (for example), so why not give some of the generalists a chance to say, "Hey, Ben, this would be great if you would take it down a notch - nobody else cares about CD records."