I was wondering about Brilliant's practice of sometimes adding an image to the top of a problem if one is not already there. I'm guessing that it's done so that the problem is a little more eye-catching, which I can appreciate. But in some cases--particularly in geometry problems--the image that is added is a diagram illustrating the figure described.
Sometimes a diagram is called for (I supplied the image for Follow the Fold), but in other cases I'd like drawing an accurate diagram to be part of solving the problem (such as in Particular Pentagon Point).
I don't suppose there's a good way for problem-writers to be able to approve edits made by Brilliant staff? Or maybe some other way for edits to happen with the problem-writer's input?