Most reviews are written by a single person. But I was thinking that maybe it would be fun to do a review as a community. In other words: how many problems can we spot in a certain text, and how well are they compensated by the good stuff? If we take the tutorial by Robert Pepper as an example, the more experienced Perl hackers will probably find a lot of mistakes, but Perl beginners might want to point out the well written structure or the good explanation of some subject. Because most reviews are written by a single person, they often lack the necessary ambivalence.
Would reviewing something in a discussion thread be possible without intermonk fights? If so, how do you feel about this?
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