Arbital reviewer

Re­view­ers have vol­un­teered to help peo­ple to im­prove their pages and mon­i­tor the in­com­ing ed­its, unassessed pages, and sub­mit­ted pages to en­sure all listed pages on Ar­bital are re­li­able, in­for­ma­tive, and en­gag­ing to at least one au­di­ence (or tagged /​ TODOed with the things re­quired to bring it to that stan­dard). They have enough do­main ex­per­tise to know when to ask for a sec­ond opinion and a rea­son­able un­der­stand­ing of when to as­sign ap­pro­pri­ate meta tags, in par­tic­u­lar qual­ity tags (Stub/​Start/​C-Class) and when to sup­port or turn down pro­pos­als for A-Class and B-Class.

Re­view­ers ap­prove /​ re­ject ed­its and pages sub­mit­ted to a do­main. They’re also re­spon­si­ble for pro­mot­ing peo­ple to trusted ed­i­tors and sug­gest­ing new re­view­ers.

The re­view­ers can be found on #re­views on the Ar­bital Slack, you’re wel­come to join and chat to the team or ask for ad­vice on writ­ing and im­prov­ing pages.

If you’re an ac­tive mem­ber of the com­mu­nity who is in­ter­ested in be­com­ing a re­viewer, mes­sage @1yq on Slack.

Best prac­tices for be­ing a re­viewer. Above all, be helpful!

Parents:

  • Arbital user groups

    Users can at­tain differ­ent pow­ers and re­spon­si­bil­ities on Ar­bital.

    • Arbital

      Ar­bital is the place for crowd­sourced, in­tu­itive math ex­pla­na­tions.