Before writing your submission, please verify that we haven’t already published an article covering the same topic. If you have any questions about topics you’d like to cover, or you would like to pitch an idea for an article you’d like to write, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How-To articles focus on a particular topic with a particular goal (e.g., Install LAMP (Linux, Apache, MariaDB, PHP) On A CentOS 7 Cloud Server Or VPS). Tutorials for larger projects that can be broken up into discrete tasks may be considered separate submissions. Advanced articles that assume certain prerequisites will be considered once we have articles addressing those prerequisites published. So if an article covering that prerequisite doesn’t yet exist, there’s an opportunity to publish another article!
How-To articles should adhere to the standards described in our How-To Format Guide.
What-Is articles can include descriptions of how computer technologies work or explanations of concepts in modern technology (e.g., What Is the Logjam Vulnerability?).
What-Is articles should adhere to the standards described in our What-Is Format Guide.
Please see our style guide for tips and guidelines regarding tone and style.
How To Submit
To submit articles, you should send in an email to email@example.com with the title of the article in the subject field. You may include the body of the article in one of two ways:
- as an attachment (.md, .html, or .txt file) with any accompanying screenshots also attached. They may be compressed/zipped up together using something like gzip, bzip, 7-zip, or something similar.
- as a link where we can download the article (as an .md, .html, or .txt file) and any accompanying screenshots.
Thank you, and we look forward to your submissions!