Wikipedia:Wikipedia Signpost/2017-02-27/Special report

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Peer review – a history and call for reviewers: English Wikipedia's peer review process is a relatively unknown yet fairly active venue for feedback. Editors can request a review of an article, regardless of its stage of development, in general form or highlighting specific areas they are looking to improve. One or more editors may weigh in. Here, I outline the history of peer review and my contributions to it, and detail future plans and a request for more reviewers.
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