If you have an idea for a Tippet, feel free to send it in. If I think it’s interesting, I will publish it, and of course give proper credit to you.
Here are some things you should know before you submit a Tippet:
- You cannot submit Tippets anonymously. You don’t have to be attributed – that is, you can remain anonymous to the general public when the Tippet is posted – but I must know who you are.
- You must either be the original author of any code or ideas submitted or have permission from the original author to submit it here, or it should be relatively general knowledge (so that it is functionally impossible to figure out the original author).
- Any code or text you submit will not necessary be used exactly as is – I reserve the right to edit everything. (I will not, however, attribute anything to you that you did not actually write.)
Tippet submissions that do not follow the rules will be ignored altogether:
- Any Tippets submitted anonymously will be rejected unread.
- Any Tippets sent from an email address that is invalid or that does not reply when I request confirmation will be rejected.
- Any Tippets that are not general knowledge or whose original attribution cannot be determined will be rejected.
Remember, anything you submit you are implicitly releasing to me under the copyright terms of this blog (ie, all non-code content is licensed CC BY–SA 4.0, all code is licensed GPL 3.0). If you do not agree to those terms, do not submit.
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