RE: Reviewing Tool - Not Convinced to Use One

Subject: RE: Reviewing Tool - Not Convinced to Use One
From: "Lauren" <lt34 -at- csus -dot- edu>
To: <mailinfodd-wrt -at- yahoo -dot- com>, <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 1 Aug 2007 22:12:28 -0700

> From: M. Palmieri

> Any thoughts on using a reviewing tool? Or what you've
> found to be useful reviewing methods in general?
> Regards,
> Marie

Whilerkers, Marie. I'd go insane if I received an email everytime *I*
submitted a draft, let alone somebody else. I think that a tool like that
should be able to be programmed to send a list of submissions at a specified
time, like once a week or when the author chooses to send the update.
Although, with the former submission time, any old public database will work
with a rule that reviewees check the database, and with the latter, the
author could just send an email.



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