Now that you know what makes a good item and some of the things to avoid, it’s time to start thinking about the item writing process and how to write specific item types.
Step 1: Task Allocation
We will assign tasks through GitHub. The task will tell you:
How many items to write
Which part of the specification to focus your items on
Any requirements relating to item types or difficulty
We will send you a summary email with all your tasks for the week, and the deadline!
Step 2: Author items
You will then have 7 days to complete the writing tasks.
References for writing items:
Step 3: Submit for Review
When you are ready, you can submit your new items for review. You will need to create a pull request in GitHub:
Step 4: Item review
We will allocate a reviewer who will then have 7 days to complete the review process.
You will also be asked to review work from other writers.
Step 5: Item Refinement
You will then have up to 7 days to make any updates to items based on the feedback. Updates should be minor and not require any additional review.
Rejected items should be deleted.
They will not be re-reviewed.
If you disagree with the rejection, talk to us.
Step 6: Internal Review
We will confirm the number of accepted items that you will be paid for
We will take over, and your responsibility to the content ends
We will let you know if we spot any other recurring issues in internal reviews