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LINGUIST List 22.1310

Sun Mar 20 2011

A: Rigorous Quality Control System

Editor for this issue: Maria Moreno-Rollins <marialinguistlist.org>

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Message 1: Quality Control on LINGUIST
Date: 20-Mar-2011
From: linguist <linguistlinguistlist.org>
Subject: Quality Control on LINGUIST
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Dear LINGUIST List Subscribers,

Let me ask you: What's your favorite page on LINGUIST List and why?
If you happen to like the Jobs page, is it because of its user-friendly
search facility that lets you search for a job based on a linguistic
subfield? Or if you're a fan of the Books page, is it because you can
sort through by the latest announcements or search by author? Whatever
the page and whatever the reason, it's important to note that each and
every page you see on the LINGUIST List site has gone through both rigorous
testing by our Quality Control crew members and fixing by our programmers.

Every donation we receive, whether it is a smaller amount such as ten
dollars or a larger quantity, contributes to the maintenance of the LINGUIST
List site. To keep these pages running, please donate today:


Quality Control testing is done in stages. Each crew member testing or fixing
the particular project plays a vital role in getting the page working and
ready for the live site. First, we have the testers who look for any errors
or bugs on a page as well as make suggestions for appearance and usability.

These pages are checked on several browsers. Next, the programmers check the
errors, make fixes and implement suggestions. Finally, the Quality Control
Team Leader and the Programmer sit down to review the page and make sure that
all updates work properly before the page goes live.

Quality Control is an essential part of making each page as functional
and efficient as possible, but we rely on the generous donations of subscribers
to continue developing and maintaining a site with so much information.

Consider donating to LINGUIST List today to keep our site running smooth!



Amy Brunett
Quality Control Team Leader

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