Can we help people improve their record entries
I have been doing some extensive research and finding some significant problems. There are a lot people listed (dead ancestors) with a number of other users of familysearch. The problem is there are many, many users that are not sourcing their data. Under "Reason for attaching record" they put "GEDCOM data". When I first started doing this work 3 years ago, I had to do a google search to find out what that meant. It is not a term familiar to new users. The second problem is that when people put this in and do not attach from which source it came from follow-on people like me can't see it which impedes making corrections. GEDCOM data could be anything from a webpage, to a local parish record, to national archive document, to a shoebox of stuff from under a bed, to a family bible. I am wondering if familysearch can send out a bulletin of "best practices" and address this issue. Similar issues include marking duplicates as not duplicates but not providing a reason or not providing a reason for attaching a source.