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Is there a way to hear from one's reviewer/arbiter?

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Re: Is there a way to hear from one's reviewer/arbiter?

Posted: 5 Mar 2014 4:01PM GMT
Classification: Query
Unfortunately there is no system for individual feedback as yet, although it has been requested by many keyers. Only the overall stats shown on the project wiki pages, which just show the most common types of error across all keyers.

But you should see your own accuracy rating for each project on its own project wiki page, so you will see whether you are "exceptional" on some, "good job" on another, etc. If your stats for a project don't load, make sure you are using the .com site and navigating to the page from the "Community" tab at the top of the screen on ancestry, not clicking a link from the keying tool.

The De Ruvigny's Roll of Honour project was released for keying, then withdrawn, then released again with extra fields to key. I am pretty sure that if you submitted any image sets for that project first time round, your accuracy rating for that project will be much lower than it should be just because of this, and of course that would also affect your overall accuracy rating.

There are big review backlogs on the Tulare and Oregon projects, so stuff you have keyed on those may not have been reviewed yet, or it could be that stuff you keyed ages ago is just going through now.
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mellie1291 5 Mar 2014 9:46PM GMT 
katerimmer 5 Mar 2014 11:01PM GMT 
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