Kog Peer reviews
Thread poster: Trns
Trns
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Aug 3, 2012

Hello,

What's the difference between:
Peer comments (agree/disagree)
AND
Kog Peer reviews (agree/disagree/neutral)

Thanks.


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ATIL KAYHAN  Identity Verified
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Three Peer Comments Aug 3, 2012

I do not know the answer to your question. What I do know is that there are also three peer comments, namely "agree, disagree and neutral".

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Sheila Wilson  Identity Verified
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Hmm... Aug 3, 2012

Could you tell us where you found the two types, please?

AFAIK KOG = KudoZ open glossary = 'normal' KudoZ.

There's also a GBK = Glossary building KudoZ, whch I don't think ever really got off the ground.

As Atil says, there are 3 'normal' responses to a proposed answer.

Sheila


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Trns
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Here Aug 3, 2012

Sheila Wilson wrote:
Could you tell us where you found the two types, please?


This page: http://www.proz.com/?sp=b_h


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Sheila Wilson  Identity Verified
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AFAIK, it's wrong! Aug 3, 2012

3arabi Translation wrote:

Sheila Wilson wrote:
Could you tell us where you found the two types, please?


This page: http://www.proz.com/?sp=b_h


All those BrowniZ were for agrees, disagrees and neutral responses to 'normal' KudoZ questions. As I said, KOG doesn't figure.


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Alejandro Cavalitto
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Peer comments and Kog peer reviews Aug 3, 2012

Hello,

What are called "Peer comments (agree/disagree)" on http://www.proz.com/?sp=b_h are peer comments that be entered on any KudoZ answer. What are referred to as "Kog Peer reviews (agree/disagree/neutral)" , are the entries created when comments are added to glossaries listed on the index of KudoZ open glossaries.

Hope this explains! Please let me know if you have any question.

Best regards,
Alejandro


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Trns
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Thanks! Aug 4, 2012

Alejandro Cavalitto wrote:

Hello,

What are called "Peer comments (agree/disagree)" on http://www.proz.com/?sp=b_h are peer comments that be entered on any KudoZ answer. What are referred to as "Kog Peer reviews (agree/disagree/neutral)" , are the entries created when comments are added to glossaries listed on the index of KudoZ open glossaries.

Hope this explains! Please let me know if you have any question.

Best regards,
Alejandro


That answers my question. Thank you!


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Katalin Horváth McClure  Identity Verified
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Clarification, please Aug 21, 2012

Alejandro Cavalitto wrote:

Hello,

What are called "Peer comments (agree/disagree)" on http://www.proz.com/?sp=b_h are peer comments that be entered on any KudoZ answer. What are referred to as "Kog Peer reviews (agree/disagree/neutral)" , are the entries created when comments are added to glossaries listed on the index of KudoZ open glossaries.

Hope this explains! Please let me know if you have any question.

Best regards,
Alejandro


Does this mean that in the case of a regular KudoZ answer, only Agree and Disagree peer comments receive BrowniZ and Neutrals don't receive BrowniZ, while in the case of KOG entires, the Neutrals also receive BrowniZ?

If this is true, and not just a typo, what is the logic behind this distinction regarding the Neutral peer comments? Why is it valued higher for KOG entries?


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