Date: Fri, 10 Dec 1999 14:41:04 -0800
Reply-To: dward <dward@SASHELP.COM>
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From: dward <dward@SASHELP.COM>
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Subject: Re: sashelp.com
> The solution I think is to have an optional process for peer
> This could apply not only to code, but also to articles,
> tutorials, etc.
> Postings which had gone through the process would be flagged with
> kind of symbol.
Great idea! But how could the logistics work... Would the review
process be open to *all* programmers or just a select group that are
recognized as *experts*? In either case, the criteria for declaring
information *approved* would need to be explicit and generally agreed
upon by the entire SAS community. Maybe a program/tutorial, etc. could
first be placed in a draft/pending category, then as the SAS community
reviews it they rate the item. Then, at a certain point, the item
could move into the approved category?
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