Wikinews talk:Tips on reviewing articles
Pay-to-view sources? 
What is the policy on pay-to-view sources? Is there an exemption where institutions (like colleges and public libraries) subscribe to news databases? What if I bought a hardcopy newspaper? --InfantGorilla (talk) 10:10, 10 May 2010 (UTC)
- I hadn't read WN:CITE for a while (and couldn't remember its address.) I see from that that the answers are no (colleges) yes (public libraries) yes (if I buy a newspaper.)
- I missed the 'See here' links, and I suggest that we find an alternative to floating them off to the right.
Read down to the heading "Developing communities from portals"
It reads, "The discussion on the local proposal is leaning towards the policy that local communities should have the right to maintain their own NPOV/style guidelines... "
Big picture 
Perspective is still in short supply, although a checklist is handy if one understands how to wield it.
- Review has three intertwined facets: copyediting, source-checking, and providing feedback.
- Considerations when ordering review on a long review queue.
- Tactics — pass and recommend for future; pass and submit a change for someone else to review.
- Authentication and verification of OR.