One of the interesting aspects of the newspapers project is the diverse interests of the correctors. Some maintain a disciplined approach by correcting Family Notices only , thereby maximising the value of the project for family historians, while others follow their whims and cover a diverse range of subjects.
This approach ensures that the project is truly broad based in its subjects and tags.
It recently occurred to me that we could trial a more focused approach on certain subjects/people/events. One day a month could be set aside as a special day where all correctors searched and corrected columns relating to a selected event/person/subject. Each corrector could search and correct newspapers in their own local area and a tag could be designated for the days subject.
Obviously the subjects and associated tag would be selected by someone associated with the project and would hopefully be selected for their potential value to researchers etc. Correctors would also benefit from a break from the usual "drudgery" of their own interests and maybe acquire some other interesting knowledge.
I would be interested in the views of other Trove Users, Members, Junior Members, Staff Moderators and the Adult Member on this topic. Might I suggest that the first Tuesday of each month might be a good day and then it could be called "Trove Tuesday" (sorry!).