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So, what makes me think I can do this so much better? I don’t, actually. One of the cool features of computers.howto-rascal.com is its open design philosophy. The people poised to make this site the absolute best place to create and publish howto documents are the contributors themselves. The site is currently functional and intuitive but the tools need refinement.
All contributors are encouraged to submit their ideas on how to make the site better and more productive. The ideas are scrutinized, filtered for practicality, then presented back to the community to vote on whether the change would be beneficial or not. If accepted, a professional crew of web developers makes the actual changes preserving the clean feel and functionality of the site.
Another very important feature is the peer review system...read more