What would you and your readership think of 'open-source' style peer review (of the kind described in the attached article) for philosophy journals?If you haven't read the piece and don't want to read it, here's the basic idea: Journals post submissions online, invite a selected group of experts to post comments on those submissions, and allow others to post comments once they have registered their names. In the process, the authors also seem to be able to respond to the comments.
I'm curious what flaws/virtues younger philosophers would find with this kind of thing. Here's a link to the piece.
Doesn't sound like too bad of an idea to me. And, that's the extent of my thoughts on the subject right now. I probably have more to say about it, but I need to schedule more blog posts, get shit out for the PAPA, etc, etc. Stay tuned for Round 3, the final round.