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As a part of continual process improvement, I'd like to ask anyone who has
an "official" job description for an editor to send it to me. I've recently
reread the Farkas-Poltrock article on online editing and would like to
re-evaluate our minimalist description (which is more text based) against
more modern descriptions. Thanks for your assistance.
christopher -dot- e -dot- thiessen -at- cdev -dot- com
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