Re: How can we improve the SBML Wikipedia entry?
26 Mar '12 11:13
Who decides on the rating because technically anyone can change it to a
B. I've changed the rating on one of my non-science pages from stub to
start because I thought it way too low for the level content and it was
then' approved by someone', meaning they didn't change it back. I don't
know who they were or why they could decided these things. You might
just try changing from a C to a B, make a comment on the talk page of
that you did and see what happens, at least if it gets changed back
you'll get an explanation.
I just added a question on the talk page asking for advice on this.
On 3/26/2012 11:03 AM, Michael Hucka wrote:
> On Mon, 26 Mar 2012 11:45:22 -0600, Chris J. Myers wrote:
>> How do you see the rating?
> Go to the Talk page. (Link in the upper top left.)
>> Do they give any reasons?
> No, but the ratings descriptions give some general explanations.
>> Is it simply a matter of asking people
>> to read and rate it in order to improve the grade?
> It doesn't seem that way.
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