I hope no one willfully and unethically experimenting and submitting deliberate bugs that render false results, at least in the Slicer-Core which will make our research publications useless.
Thanks for raising this @manjula. I hope Slicer’s code base is like a medical tent in a combat zone and that nobody will attack us on purpose but who knows so we try to review carefully.
This post provides some more background:
This reminded me two MIT grad students getting kicked out of grad school due to submitting computer generated papers to IEEE conferences to indicate how random peer-review process was/is.
The reaction is way overblown in both cases…