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Peer review plays an important role in wiki academic publishing. The first rule for peer review at is that reviewers should always follow the rules established by individual wiki journals. If an article has been submitted to a journal for peer review, reviewers must follow the peer review rules established by that particular journal.

Technically, it is possible for an article to be peer-reviewed at without first being submitted to a wiki journal. This mode of peer review exists as an experimental option. Is it possible for peer review to function without explicit rules and control by a defined community (wiki journal)? In order to try to make this experiment a success, some restrictions are being imposed on the process (see below).

Peer review of articles not submitted to a journal

If you write a peer review article, you MUST make use of a peer review outline. In most cases, you should use the peer review outline that is required by the particular journal that the target article was submitted to. If you wish to peer-review an article that has not been submitted to a specific journal, you MUST use the generic Peer review article outline.

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Peer Review