[Israel.pm] Book Review titles

Shlomi Fish shlomif at iglu.org.il
Mon Jun 13 10:57:51 PDT 2005


On Tuesday 07 June 2005 02:03, Uri Bruck wrote:
> Hi,
> First, congratulation on the new Wiki. Good Show, Shlomi.
> I looked at this page:
> http://wiki.perl.org.il/index.php/Book_Review_-_The_Art_of_Unix_Programming
>_-_by_Shlomi_Fish and saw the title:
> "Book Review - The Art of Unix Programming - by Shlomi Fish"
> I find this very misleading. It says to me that Shlomi Fish is the
> author of a book called "The Art of Unix Programming" which is being
> reviewed on that page.
>
> The two most common conventions for book reviews:
> 1. Give the review its own title, then the reviewer's name is the only
> byline needed, since the reviewer is indeed the author of the review.
> This can be done both when the review focuses on a single book or on a
> group of related book.
> 2. Leave the title of the book and change the byline to " reviewed by
> Shlomi Fish"
>

Fixed now. Now I have to bother ESR about changing the link to this review 
again. <sigh />

Regards,

	Shlomi Fish

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