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Postby lbotsford » Thu Sep 22, 2011 11:16 am

From time to time, we run across potential reviewers who either no longer do reviews, or who do such awful reviews that we don't want to touch them with a barge pole ever again. The problem with simply deleting these people is the fallible human memory -- adding someone back in because the reason they had been removed has been forgotten (possibly even that they were once reviewers and were removed). It is also a problem where editorship or assistant editorship changes -- the new person won't know what the first person did. So, what I am looking for is a way to mark potential reviewers as retired, too busy to do reviews, never responds to review requests, always says no.... you get the idea. I know that reviewers can be ranked from 1 to 5, but that is a pretty blunt instrument for what I want to do....
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