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Maurlin  (Level: 220.5 - Posts: 2707)
Tue, 22nd Nov '05 8:53 PM


I've been doing a quiz series on Latin and Greek roots for English words.
At 1:31 today I got a note on my "Common Latin and Greek Roots in English- C-D". The note said "Good one."
At 3:17 I got a note on 'Common ...-E " that said:
"Quiz question(s) do not represent a legitimate trivia challenge.I am sorry, but this quiz does not represent "trivia".
I resubmitted with more explanation in the Description and got back this note:
The content of this quiz must be put in the form of questions to be considered trivia and eligible for approval. Thank you!
Is it now required that all quizzes must be in the form of a question? Just this quiz?
I'll try to be as accepting and openminded as Redwinghockey was. When I put 'Pick out the root word definition" in the description, must I then ask, in each question, "What is the meaning of _____?"

Maurlin  (Level: 220.5 - Posts: 2707)
Tue, 22nd Nov '05 9:08 PM

Oh my gosh...I just looked at my message picture...I'm a YODA now!!! Wow...Grey, but a yoda nonetheless. Woo Hoo. How cares about the dumb critque of my quiz, 'cuz I'M A YODA NOW!!!

Oogie54  (Level: 209.4 - Posts: 1120)
Tue, 22nd Nov '05 9:29 PM

May the schwartz be with you new yoda. Danny

Wed, 23rd Nov '05 11:58 AM

Please be patient, as a new "Quiz Authoring Guide" will be posted very soon which offers an exhaustive reference to the quiz eligibility rules, guidelines, best practices - including lots of examples.

In the mean time, our editors are approving the quizzes that they can. Ultimately, this guide will serve as a great reference and "single source of truth" for all quiz authors and editors alike.

Thank you!

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