Information for OPL Editors

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The OPL Editors oversee inclusion of new problems to the Open Problem Library (OPL).  When problems are contributed, they are put in the Contrib directory of the Open Problem Library.  It then falls to the editorial board to review problems and decide if some/all of them should be copied into the OPL.  Each editor is responsible for a particular portion of the OPL.
 
The OPL Editors oversee inclusion of new problems to the Open Problem Library (OPL).  When problems are contributed, they are put in the Contrib directory of the Open Problem Library.  It then falls to the editorial board to review problems and decide if some/all of them should be copied into the OPL.  Each editor is responsible for a particular portion of the OPL.
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== Processing problems ==
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When new problems appear in a subject area, the appropriate editor should take the following steps.
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# Look at each problem in rendered form.  If there are any obvious problems (e.g., it does not render, or it references a particular textbook page), then it is skipped.
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# Compare the problem to

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The OPL Editors oversee inclusion of new problems to the Open Problem Library (OPL). When problems are contributed, they are put in the Contrib directory of the Open Problem Library. It then falls to the editorial board to review problems and decide if some/all of them should be copied into the OPL. Each editor is responsible for a particular portion of the OPL.

Processing problems

When new problems appear in a subject area, the appropriate editor should take the following steps.

  1. Look at each problem in rendered form. If there are any obvious problems (e.g., it does not render, or it references a particular textbook page), then it is skipped.
  2. Compare the problem to
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