Re: Re-using Reviews
- <<<<--- In MEFAwards@yahoogroups.com, Marta Layton <melayton@...>
> Imhiriel wrote:
> > I don't know if this has already been discussed - in any event I
> > find it in my quick browsing through the archive. Can I repeat inmy
> > MEFA review what I said in other venues? More exactly, a) in othercomments/forums
> > public reviews like at TFF or SoA and b) semi-public in
> > on HASA or c) during a review process on HASA?reuse
> > Imhiriel
> Hi Imhiriel,
> We prefer original reviews, but there's nothing to say you can't
> reviews. Usually when people do this they adapt it because longersure
> reviews give more points.
> If you do use semi-public or private/anonymous reviews, do make
> they're fit for public consumption. They'll be visible to everyoneon
> our webpage beginning in September, and I'll be posting them tothis
> list as well. So you'll want to make sure what you're saying isJoy and Yummies! I thought the MEFA Rules said one couldn't re-use
> appropriate to that.
prior reviews. Not that I was planning on doing it all the time or
completely recycling reviews, but it's great to know that I have the
RAKSHA THE DEMON
- Hi Raksha,
> Joy and Yummies! I thought the MEFA Rules said one couldn't re-useActually, the rule is that you can't use the sme review for different
> prior reviews. Not that I was planning on doing it all the time or
> completely recycling reviews, but it's great to know that I have the
> RAKSHA THE DEMON
stories *within the MEFAs*. Let's say you have three stories and I want
to review them all. I can't write one review about why I like all three
and put it in for all three stories. (You can reuse reviews for author
reviews, though again here we don't recommend it.) For story reviews,
there shouldn't be any overlap from the review you write for the MEFAs
for one story to another.
That's probably the rule you were thinking of. You can re-use the review
you've written in other places, just so each review you cast at the
MEFAs is differnet from any other vote you cast.
Is that clear? I'm not sure I'm explaining well, so I'll try again if
I'm being confusing.