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There was some information about how the new answers are being moderated. Can anyone tell me where was that article?

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closed as not constructive by Josh Caswell, hims056, Toon Krijthe, gnat, animuson Dec 11 '12 at 8:40

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Do you mean the IRA or the PLO? – random Dec 11 '12 at 4:12
Do you mean… - one of the suggestions on that question was to moderate new answers, but that wasn't ever implemented to my knowledge – Kate Gregory Dec 11 '12 at 4:32
How is this question still open after 3 hours? The only close reason that doesn't apply is "Off topic". – Josh Caswell Dec 11 '12 at 6:51
possible duplicate of New Review Queue: First Posts – gnat Dec 11 '12 at 7:25

Completely guessing here, but... this?

New Review Queue: First Posts

If not, anything else you could remember from the post you're looking for would be helpful.

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if you mean "moderated" in a typical forum sense where the posts are held until a Moderator manually approves, the post, then you're mistaken - edits to other posts are held for peer review but new questions/answers aren't moderated.

Having said that in here's some more info on the review queues

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