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Joseph M. Cychosz

Assign nanos for submission completeness

When a contributor makes a submission, they receive nanos based on the completeness of the contribution. nanos for abstract, nanos for tagging, some context specific such as a bio for online presentations, extra nanos if they have the editorial team review the submission, etc.

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  1. Gerhard Klimeck

    Good suggestion. I wonder though what we are encouraging. At the end we really only care about a complete submission. But the process to get there is painful and we want to reduce that pain?

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  2. Joseph M. Cychosz

    We are encouraging contributors to take the time to supply the “marketing” glue along with their content. They put a lot of time in the the deliverable content but often blow off the glue, abstract (or descriptive paragraph), tags, etc. All the components which help their content be found.

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  3. George B. Adams III

    Also, getting authors to start a publication with us lets us know about them and some potential content. That’s valuable information that we should pay a few nanos/nanoes/nani for (what IS the plural of nano?).

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    1. Joseph M. Cychosz

      nano as a noun, its plural would be nanos.

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