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INSTRUCTIONS FOR EDITORS:
Since the range of topics covered by the Erbse Scholia goes far beyond the expertise of any individual scholar, we depend on the wisdom and specialized knowledge of a diverse group of editors. We encourage our editors not only to vet translations, but also to share with us ideas for improving NewScholiasts. Please send any comments, criticisms, problems and new ideas to the managing editors. We would also appreciate any efforts on your part to recruit qualified people who might serve as translators or editors.
When you are ready to begin editing, log in through the NewScholiasts home page and choose the "Vet entries" option. Enter the unique id (book, line, letter) for the entry you want to edit and you will be shown a page in which the entry appears in its current form. You may then edit and submit the entry as you would any translation. For more detailed information on the process of entering and submitting translations see the "Instructions for Translators" page.
Since you can return to the same entry as often as necessary,
there is no need to do all your editing at once. There are
two stages to your job:
1. Basic stage:
When you have reached a point where you have done all the editing that you can do on an entry, inform the Managing Editors.
Editing is never proprietary on NewScholiasts. After you have edited an entry, other editors can (and will) come by later and re-edit the same entry. Your name will remain attached to the entry as editor, however, in perpetuity.
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