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Hi Narayan, :-)

In a peer-level multiple author scenario, the subsequent author should not be accepting or 
rejecting what is done by the previous author(s).

*For an interim few weeks*, we aren't in a peer-level multiple-author
scenario, because it has not yet been demonstrated that this will
produce the high-quality content the site deserves. In addition,
authors who are not mother-tongue English speakers should always be
proofread by a mother tongue speaker before publishing.

It's traditional in publishing circles to have an editor
stage-managing publications... When the SC takes its next decision
about the management of the website, the organization might be
completely different. ATM, I'm over-seeing the actual publication
(with open ears and an open mind to all comments and suggestions).

David Nelson

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