[geeklog-devel] Wiki docs
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Wed Jul 11 23:01:47 EDT 2007
Not everyone is a native speaker though, so although you should
expect high standards if you're paying money for material, I think
you should give the average contributor some leeway.
I can help with proofreading/editing stuff if it needs tidying up
before or after posting.
If you don't mind British spelling, that is. :)
On 2007/07/12, at 11:56, Oliver Spiesshofer wrote:
> I guess that spelling and grammar is a must. Work can be only
> handed over as correct and finished from those two points.
> If someone describes things in words well enough that screenshots
> are not needed, fine, get the money. Or we rate a screenshot as 20
> Vincent Furia wrote:
>> While its probably a bit more subjective than measuring code, I think
>> the same idea can work here. We can identify the holes in the wiki,
>> and then offer bounties to fill them. Like Oliver said, we can grade
>> on number or words; but we should also evaluate the product based on
>> correct grammar (at least understandable), spelling, sufficient
>> shots etc.
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