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26 July 2007


Jeff Yates

I'm led to wonder how often peer reviewers (who are used to having authors toil on extended revisions responsive to their suggestions) are going to grant a pure "accept" under the new system. It will be interesting to see how this works out.

Hopefully Anonymous

I agree with David Stras. Experimentation with these things (especially something as important to the production of scientific consensus knowledge as peer review) is very good.

David Stras

That is quite interesting. I am curious to see how the experiment works for the journal. I know that the length of time for publication, including revisions, can be a real pain (especially for untenureds) for some of our colleagues in the sciences.

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