At 10:48 AM 12/10/2004, you wrote:
Hi Dave and everyone,
On the download page in the place where it tells about the return, edit, submit stuff, I have seen the term "donedone". Is that double talk or what? (smile)
----- Original Message ----- From: <talmage@xxxxxxxxxx> To: <bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Friday, December 10, 2004 7:30 AM Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Re: Another Validation Question
In addition to what Mary has already mentioned, you may come across some other cases where the book has an accepted date and 2 submission dates. One case I know of is if an administrator places a copy of a book that is in the library, on to the download page for a volunteer to work on.
At 12:17 AM 12/10/2004, you wrote: >Alison, >If it says submit, that's the original scanner who submitted it. Return >means that it came back to the list, either because somebody's time ran >out or they released it. Sometimes, it says edit time expired. If its actually >been validated, you will see something like action valid and some numbers >of some kind and then what sounds to me like donedone. And then if you see >comments after that, they should be from the admin asking >something or commentingon the reason why the book has been sent back after >it has been deemed valid by a validator. But submit and return are the >normal things under comments that indicate the original >submission and the various edit sessions that didn't result in validation. >You shouldn't see more than one submitter for a book, I don't think. >Mary