morbane: pohutukawa blossom and leaves (Default)
[personal profile] morbane
Betas are not mandatory for this exchange. However, your OUaF mods feel that getting or offering a second opinion on a story is a) a great way to improve your work and also b) a neat way to engage with other people taking part in this gift exchange. Consider a beta today! (Well, consider being a beta today; we realise most people won't have written their story(/ies) for a while yet.)

If you can volunteer to look at someone's story, please fill out the following details in a comment to this post:

Your AO3 name is particularly important if you are signed up to this challenge! And if you aren't, thanks extra for helping out. Hope you enjoy your advance viewing of the stories!

Some other things that might be worth mentioning: what formats, like google docs or .rtf, you can read/annotate; how long you need for what lengths of story; any specific periods of time during which you are or aren't available.

See the sources spreadsheet for what the canons are, and the sign-up summary for which canons were requested.
benedict: Illustration from Beauty and the Beast mod icon (Mod Once Upon)
[personal profile] benedict
Beta post!

Please refer to the tagset and the sources to see what the fandoms are for this exchange!

Please respond with this form:

<b>AO3 Name</b>:

<b>Fandoms you can beta</b>:

<b>What ratings and content you're willing to beta</b>:

<b>BONUS Are you willing to do a spelling and grammar check for any fandom?</b>:

<B>How To Contact You</b>:

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morbane: Picture of girl riding bear with text "Co-Mod" (onceuponfic)
[personal profile] morbane
In this exchange, we do not require participants to get beta feedback on their stories. However, betas are awesome.

If you're willing to look over someone's story, please comment here, or on the same post on LiveJournal, with

-a name (your AO3 name is especially needed if you are an exchange participant)
-some way for a writer to get in contact with you (email, journal, etc)
-any other things a writer should know about your beta needs/ style - for example, if you cannot read certain types of violence.

Thanks in advance to volunteers!

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