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A process by which authors on OWW can invite community peer review of their content.
====Challenge or opportunity the development project answers====
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Giving the community a more quantitative means of knowing which content is well-tested, what could be changed or improved, and why.
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====Examples of what could be done or how it would work====
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This system could be used for any piece of content on OWW, but I'll use a protocol as an example.
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A button called "prime time" appears at the bottom of every protocol. When the author of the protocol feels that it is ready for wider distribution or review, he or she clicks the button. This either deposits the protocol
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1) The author of the content, say a protocol, clicks a
====Why the project should happen now====
====Why the project should happen now====

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Description

A process by which authors on OWW can invite community peer review of their content.

Challenge or opportunity the development project answers

Giving the community a more quantitative means of knowing which content is well-tested, what could be changed or improved, and why.

Examples of what could be done or how it would work

This system could be used for any piece of content on OWW, but I'll use a protocol as an example.

A button called "prime time" appears at the bottom of every protocol. When the author of the protocol feels that it is ready for wider distribution or review, he or she clicks the button. This either deposits the protocol 1) The author of the content, say a protocol, clicks a

Why the project should happen now

Who are the immediate customers?

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