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==Documentation==
 
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*A [[Story_Style|Story Style]] document outlines editorial guidelines, it may need additional refining and ratification eventually.
 
*A [[Story_Style|Story Style]] document outlines editorial guidelines, it may need additional refining and ratification eventually.
 
* [[Editing_Process|The Editing Process]] - builds on the Story Style and Submission Guidelines to describe <b>how</b> the editing process is carried out.
 
* [[Editing_Process|The Editing Process]] - builds on the Story Style and Submission Guidelines to describe <b>how</b> the editing process is carried out.

Revision as of 07:10, 8 December 2016

The editorial team is responsible for checking and revising (if required) user submitted stories. Prospective editors should be prepared to devote a significant amount of time to checking stories, have a good grasp of the English language, and be familiar with slash's formatting options. Contact: editors@soylentnews.org, or join #editorial in irc.

Who we are

Editors Team Main Page

nick

position

timezone

janrinok editor UTC+1 (CET)
mrcoolbp editor UTC-4 (EST/EDT)
n1 editor UTC
martyb editor UTC-4 (EST/EDT)
CoolHand editor UTC-4 (EST/EDT)
NotSanguine editor UTC-4 (EST/EDT)
Cmn32480 editor UTC-4 (EST/EDT)
takyon editor  ?
charon editor  ?
GreatOutdoors editor  ?
Snow editor  ?
goodie editor  ?
mrpg editor  ?


Retired Members

Former editors that have lost their roles due to inactivity or retirement

Retired members

nick

position

timezone

Subsentient editor UTC-7 (MST)
LaminatorX Team Leader UTC-5 (CST/CDT)
Dopefish editor UTC-8 (PST)
mattie_p editor UTC-7 (MST)
zizban editor UTC-4 (EST/EDT)
Azrael editor  ?
Woods editor UTC-5 (CST/CDT)

Projects

  • Continue to develop editorial process (see Documentation below)
  • Maintain static pages (FAQ.shtml, about.shtml, and moderation.shtml)

Documentation

  • A Story Style document outlines editorial guidelines, it may need additional refining and ratification eventually.
  • The Editing Process - builds on the Story Style and Submission Guidelines to describe how the editing process is carried out.
  • Submission Guidelines - Notes to all users regarding the formatting of submissions and relevant rules.
  • Editorial Policy - Policy Statement of the Editorial Team
  • Editorial HTML - HTML useful in Story Editing


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