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Editorial Survey update

Just to let you all know,  the editorial survey is now being summarized and written up.  I should have it available to you all within a week or so.  There is alot of info to assimilate and while I want to boil it down to essentials, i dont want to lose the flavor of some of the recommendations, quite picante at times. If any editors still want to contribute some points, by all means do so.

I have got Questions A and B more or less written up (I decided to combine these into one entry, since basically point B repeats things from A — stupid me). 

We also now have a permanent link in the Resources section to Sion Touhig’s excellent discourse on Copyright, and as well we have an article on grant writing, which is still being tinkered with but can be requested from yours truly.  The next initiative will be the agency survey, but that is going to be a huge undertaking.  Many of you will be receiving emails asking you to contribute.

hasta la victoria.  Venceremos.

by Jon Anderson at 2006-03-22 08:44:03 UTC (ed. Mar 12 2008 ) Santo Domingo , Dominican Republic | Bookmark | | Report spam→

Thanks much, Jon.


by Wayne E. Yang | 22 Mar 2006 09:03 | | Report spam→
Te deseo la Suerte del Matador

for all your efforts for us grunts!


by Oscar Hidalgo | 27 Mar 2006 14:03 (ed. Mar 27 2006) | | Report spam→
well, I am pleased to say that I will be posting the results in about a day.  I am just finishing up collating the answers for the final question and I hope to clean it up quickly and present it this week.  Wasnt quite as big a task as I thought it would be.

However, I am still receiving the occasional response, so the survey is still alive, and any editor who wants to contribute whatever they wish may continue to do so, even after I have finished writing it up.  There is no problem adding new material, especially now that the bulk of the work is done.

by Jon Anderson | 27 Mar 2006 15:03 | Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic | | Report spam→
Can’t wait!  Thank you for all your work.


by Marie Caulfield | 27 Mar 2006 15:03 | Philadelphia, United States | | Report spam→
Jon: you deserve a price for the research. Great Job!!!

Vencer o Morir!!!!

by [former member] | 27 Mar 2006 15:03 | Santiago, Chile | | Report spam→
well dont hold your breath folks and dont thank me too much — it wasnt hard to do, and now I have "met" some new editors, all of whom are a pleasure to communicate with.  The truth is there is no magic key, no secret charm, no "open sesame."  It is going to be just as hard as ever to get a foot in the door. However, at least this thing will definitely help all of us to avoid mistakes and that is a significant step forward.

hats off to the editors who contributed.  I have to say, their responses open your eyes to the fact that these guys are some of the hardest working people in the industry.

by Jon Anderson | 27 Mar 2006 15:03 | Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic | | Report spam→
But definitely is a good lead for those who are starting this bussines. You know, no school teach that in the classrooms

by [former member] | 27 Mar 2006 16:03 | Santiago, Chile | | Report spam→

Thanks heaps for doing this!  It would be a big help for starters in the magazines like myself.


by Erik Lacson | 27 Mar 2006 16:03 | Manila, Philippines | | Report spam→

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