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Chris Maunder29-Jul-10 7:15
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GeneralEditing articles that have been reviewd by CP editor Pin
iberg29-Jul-10 2:25
Memberiberg29-Jul-10 2:25 
Is there any chance i can get the right to edit my own articles after they have been reviewed by a CP editor? (Like articles submitted using the sumbmission wizard) I'd like to be able to update them without having to mail changes to CP. Thats just way too much overhead. Writing a mail describing several sections to be changed is not a viable solution, downloading the articles html is'nt either because the formatting of retrieved html code is a mess. (somehow looks like it has been optimized for space) I could manually transform it into something thats actually readable in a text editor but once i publish it all the html source formatting is lost again.

you don't improve the overall article quality By stopping article owners from editing articles on their own. Occasionally i see typos, outdated description or thing like that in my own articles but the chances of me finding out the html source code line, setting up an e-mail and asking for this to be fixed are zero. If i had the article submission wizard (like for unedited user contributions) i would fix it instantly myself. The standard way of authors dealing with this is moving the page to another site and adding a single update to the CP page that telling that the project home page has now moved and the latest version is available at another location. Thats what i did in the past. I usually maintain the archives but the article texts are updated very rarely cause there is too much overhead involved.

CP is a great site and if i'm willing to contribute good articles in the future how can you help me maintain them on my own after they have been reviewed?

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Luc Pattyn29-Jul-10 2:37
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Chris Maunder29-Jul-10 3:47
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Luc Pattyn29-Jul-10 5:19
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iberg29-Jul-10 5:08
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GeneralLagging all messages as New Pin
riced29-Jul-10 0:26
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Chris Maunder28-Jul-10 15:55
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GeneralLifecycle under Lifecycle? Pin
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