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Discussion in 'Becoming an Editor' started by curlexpert1, Mar 23, 2012.

  1. curlexpert1

    curlexpert1 Editor

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    Hello, just checking the status of my editor application.

    Category: http://www.dmoz.org/Sports/Winter_Sports/Curling/Associations_and_Clubs/Canada/

    editorname: curlexpert1

    Applied: 03/09/2012

    Thanks
     
  2. jimnoble

    jimnoble DMOZ Meta DMOZ Meta

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    Awaiting evaluation.

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  3. curlexpert1

    curlexpert1 Editor

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    Thanks Jim!
     
  4. curlexpert1

    curlexpert1 Editor

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    My editor application was approved yesterday, Thanks! I have a different username/password for the Resource Zone Forum then my editorname/password for editing..Which one do I need to use in order to be shown as an editor (Not a member) in the resource zone forum? - I tried using the editor name and password but it comes up with an error.

    Thanks.
     
  5. Elper

    Elper DMOZ Meta RZ Admin

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    The RZ forum is entirely independent from DMOZ, but we like editors to keep the same name between the two. Just ask for your status to be upgraded here (include your editor name) :)
     
  6. curlexpert1

    curlexpert1 Editor

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    Thanks for your "elp" :)
     
  7. jimnoble

    jimnoble DMOZ Meta DMOZ Meta

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    Welcome to the team :).

    You didn't ask, as Elper advised, but I've changed your user name and status here anyway. This is in accord with this forum's policies and is intended to avoid confusion to editors and civilians alike.
     

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