Review Proofreading Request

Cookie Monster Mike Cookie Monster Mike
I had previously opened a ticket about this but I wanted to get more info here on the forums.

Nov 23 2011 I had submitted a request for the proofreading program. On the page it says the following, "Once you submit your application, it may take up 72 hours to be considered and processed. You may submit only one request at a time."

I'm fine with that waiting period, but the status hasn't changed on the application, it still says it's submitted, obviously it hasn't been approved, but doesn't tell me if it was declined or not. I'm just curious as to the average waiting period for a response? Like I said, I had opened a ticket about this and was told that the apps are kept on file for when they are rotated out every 3 months or so. I guess i'm just confused, the whole process takes up to 3 months before you get a response?

I'm not in any rush or complaining about the wait or anything, like I said I am just curious. So does anyone else remember how long it took them to get a response?
12/09/2011
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Jul!a Jul!a
We have a request in to change the wording on the page. As of right now if you haven't had your application denied, think of it as being on a waiting list until the next rotation starts. If you have any more questions, you can always email Sammi at Sammi @ edenfantasys.com
12/09/2011
js250 js250
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Here are two links about the revisions to the proofreading program. Not getting a rejection is a good thing, that means you have made it to the rotation.
12/09/2011
Cookie Monster Mike Cookie Monster Mike
Ok that makes sense then I figured something was worded wrong somewhere but that's ok. Thank you for the response, thank you also for the links. I guess I could look at it like handing in an application for a job your applying for, just because they don't call you and tell you that your not going to get it, doesn't mean they are holding onto the app for a future date.

Antipova has been really helping me a lot with my reviews which gave me a lot of good insight on things to look out for regarding errors in reviews.
12/09/2011
Sammi Sammi
Here's a brief explanation of how the program currently works:

Applications are submitted prior to the next rotation. When the rotation begins, editors will be selected from applications on file, and these editors will be eligible to edit reviews in the task market for roughly 3 months. Then new editors will be accepted and rotated in, while current editors will be rotated out. Applications will remain on file until the next rotation occurs, and they will be accepted or declined at that time. Whether you are accepted or declined, you'll get an email notifying you of your status, and if you are declined, you can then submit another application which will be considered during the next rotation. If you have an application on file and decide you don't want to be considered any more, you can let me know.

I checked and I do have an application from you, so you don't need to do anything right now, but if you have other questions, feel free to email me (sammi (at) edenfantasys . com ) or message me.
12/09/2011
Cookie Monster Mike Cookie Monster Mike
Quote:
Originally posted by Sammi
Here's a brief explanation of how the program currently works:

Applications are submitted prior to the next rotation. When the rotation begins, editors will be selected from applications on file, and these editors will be eligible to edit ... More
Thanx I will do that. I honestly didn't realize there was a rotation setup like this here at EF. But it's an interesting concept and I see the benefits to having it. Thanx for the response
12/10/2011
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