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Re: Reporting results of reviews to authors

Postby wbt » Mon Nov 30, 2009 9:19 am

RickMath wrote:Would you suggest making the change in all of the classes files?

All the files that I mentioned in my post.

RickMath wrote:I hope someone can discover how to do this for a decline decision. My feeling is that declined submissions should be allowed the benefit of seeing peer reviews.

I quite agree. I guess one solution could be to treat all three Director's decisions in the same way, but then all papers stay "under review" indefinitely, and authors of rejected papers can still upload new versions. Perhaps that would not be such a big problem.

Let me know what works for you.

Bye,

Wouter
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Re: Reporting results of reviews to authors

Postby RickMath » Wed Dec 02, 2009 8:07 am

Wouter

A patch has been issued that hopefully solves our issue. It is found in bug 4913.

I am going to try it today or tonight.

Way to go PKP team!!!! :D

I will also check v 2.3 from time to time to see if the patch has been applied to the test system.

Thanks for all the communication on this.

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Re: Reporting results of reviews to authors

Postby RickMath » Thu Dec 03, 2009 8:57 am

:D :D :D

James

I installed the patch in Bug 4913 last night. It works great!!

Now the review results can be imported into decision emails for accept, revise and decline decisions. I especially like the ability for a track director to change the decision on revise decisions and the way the system keeps track of this.

Kudos to the PKP development team :!: :!: Keep up the great work.

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