[bksvol-discuss] Re: listing names of submitters and validators

  • From: Lisa Friendly <lisaf@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Claire O'Brien <ClaireO@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 04 Dec 2007 17:01:56 -0800

I've discussed this idea with Jim and he's in favor of it too. I'm cc'ing
Claire so she can look into creating a ticket in our system around this.

Lisa


On 12/4/07 2:40 PM, "Judy s." <cherryjam@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> I like the suggestion that those of us who wish to be listed anonymously be
> given a permanent identifying number like bsv1.  I would hope that no one
> would 
> think that I've chosen to be listed anonymously for the books I've scanned or
> validated because it's a way of hiding behind doing a lousy job. Smile. I had
> no 
> idea that it was a problem that was going on!  That's too bad that it's
> happening.
> 
> Judy s.
> cherryjam@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> 
> E. wrote:
>> I agree with the suggestion that a validator's name be posted along with
>> the submitter's name. Posting a validator's name acknowledges the work
>> the validator has put into making the book ready for the collection.
>> 
>> I also suggest that those who do not want their names used on step 1, or
>> as submitters or validators be given a number such as bsv1 bsv2 and so
>> forth. This numbering system will respect the need for anonimity while
>> making sure people know the kind of work that a person does.
>> Hiding behind "a bookshare volunteer" means nobody can tell what kind of
>> work that person does as a submitter or validator. That lack of
>> knowledge can lead to poor quality books making it into the collection.
>> 
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