[bksvol-discuss] Re: bottlenecks in submitting and validating

  • From: "Kaitlyn Hill" <Kaitlyn@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 1 Sep 2005 20:12:41 -0700

Again, another means of communication with volunteers could be handle by a
volunteer coordinator or depending on what the real pool of volunteers are
it could be more than one. 

I am sure when BookShare started it wasn't necessary but it seems the
organization grows this could e an idea that is coming to age. 

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"The cost of a thing is the amount of what I call life, which is required to
be exchanged for it immediately or in the long run."
Henry Thoreau 

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For one thing, if a submitter really wants to know what is going on, he or 
she needs to be on the list in some form so at least he or she can ask 
about the book and get info unofficially about it the way we all talk about 
books.  If you do not want to read the list, get digest format and delete 
it.  I am being realistic here.  If you want info at this point, you have 
to go where there is a possibility of getting it even if 
unofficially.  Beyond that, if you do not want to join the list and do not 
want to put your email on your submissions I have no idea how you find out 
about things.  I just know that some books of poor quality get flamed.  I 
personally validate rather than submit but if I did submit I would only put 
my email on books with good stats.

I admit to wanting to occasionally harshly criticize a submitter.  

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