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Well, guys, this is not a big deal, though I would protest in Stone's place, if anyone had squashed the question ere an answer came. It's a justified question of language understanding. "Kog" peer review? Could it be a newly coined verb? Thanks to D. & S.
Dear Stone: questions cannot/should not be squashed after answers have been posted. I am not criticizing you. KOG is a proz website-specific acronym. Hopefully the moderators will take note and clarify their terms :-)
Hi Rita, maybe you and Kirill can 'automatically' judge that this is 'Not A Kudoz Question', but please consider: if the definition of KOG can not be found in FAQ, and can only be seen when a member is viewing a glosary. How can you expect a new member to imagine what it is? If it's not a translating/language-understanding or perveiving problem, you tell me how should I think or 'believe' of such a word 'Kog'????
It's the problem of ProZ.com, not mine. If you or anybody remove or squash this question, please keep what I felt and said above!
Sorry I didn't want to scare you or anything. I just meant questions about proZ itself aren't real kudoZ questions, that's all. As Steffen's answer impies you might easily find the answer browsing through the site. ;-)
Thanks for your opinion Kirill. I've thought about your suggestion of asking this question in a forum. But first, I asked a veteran ProZ member about what is KOG in the context and he didn't know either. Second, I think Kudoz is a place for us to ask and answer questions about any 'words' and 'sentences', isn't it? Considering these 2 facts, I decided to ask here in Kudoz.
If my choice to ask here is wrong, I'll take heed next time. But don't worry, you didn't scare me - a newbie in Proz. I'm just saying thank you for the advice. :)