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05-03-2008, 11:45 PM
Join Date: Dec 2007
Location: In my basement
I am an expert on the print command. You can use double quotes, single quotes, and it needs a semi-colon at the end. Can I be in the shiny expert area?
This is kind of a cool idea, but I doubt people would like their work being edited. It should be an area where the writer and the review team brainstorm ways to improve the article before it goes live. The writer is the only one who can make changes. Once the article is live, the instance is deleted.
Also, instead of experts, just take competent volunteers. If they give advice that is useless, give them a few ways to improve their advice, if it continues, ask them to not respond unless they know what they are talking about. Finally just take them off the list if it gets bad enough.
I would really like to see something like this! It would give the community something to do.
Also, why not a wiki-like list that gives people a list of articles that others want to have written? I would have written several articles already if I knew what to write about.
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