97 Things Every 97 Things Editor Should Know

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I don't know if we will ever reach 97 or exceed it, but I thought it was important to start a list of advice that seasoned 97 editors can share with new 97 editors and each other. I've learned a lot of lessons from a lot of mistakes and I think others can learn from my experience. I also know I can learn from others doing 97 things projects. If you figure something out post it here - we may not agree but every axiom should teach us something or at the very least be fodder for discussion and lead to consensus.

One thing that is different here is that this should be treated as a true wiki - feel free to make corrections and edits to others' works. Don't be concerned about getting credit for a contribution - lets focus on working together to make the series great. I contributed the first axiom - feel free to whack it (also be ready to defend your reasons), improve it, add to it, or whatever. More importantly add new axioms that will help others be more successful with their own 97 Things projects.

Contribution 1. Edit Early, Edit Often

Contribution 2. Don't settle for Mediocre

Contribution 3. Make Progress Visible

Contribution 4. Axioms are encapsulated

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