OOOOO something else to add to my list (grin)
At 07:27 PM 4/18/2006, you wrote:
That's a good point Monica.
You're right there should be a means of keeping submitters updated about changes or requirements.
Perhaps there can be a section in the newsletter with tips to submitters or something like that. We know that not all submitters and even validators are on the discussion list, or if they are they might not have the time to read the high volume of messages posted.
The page breaks are required by bookshare for navigation purposes.
As far as page numbers they're especially important for validators to check for completeness. So from my perspective they are imperative. I normally don't read the books I validate so page numbers are the only way to ensure that all pages are present and accounted for. And don't be embarrassed. If no one told you, how
could you know. *smile*
For scanning and validating tips check out http://www.jbrownell.com/bks/tl.asp
----- Original Message ----- From: "Monica Cortada" <MCortada@xxxxxxxxxxx> To: <bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Tuesday, April 18, 2006 6:33 PM Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Re: comments on rejecting
I'm embarassed to admit that I didn't know about the rule that all books must have page numbers. Sometimes I get so far behind on reading the discussion emails that I give up. Perhaps an occasional newsletter will help folks catch up with important changes after an absence from the daily conversations.
Monica in Maryland
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