| :: Contribution Guidelines|
Any ILUG member is entitled and, indeed encouraged, to submit articles for inclusion on linux.ie.
Here are a few guidelines on the process we use to vet material.
Content will be accepted and published on the site so long
- Written to be easy to understand (after all there's no
sense in making a difficult topic seem more complex)
- Not overburdened with bad grammar or spelling mistakes
(there's no point in myself or anyone else with the
same access rights having to effectively rewrite your
article from scratch to get it up to the same standard
as the articles that are already on the site).
If you've say written content for the BLG (Beginner's Linux Guide) but we think it's a bit too advanced or complex (in other words if we think
it'd make a Beginner faint) then we'll put it in the
If what you've written seems to be more theory/explanative
than practical (in a 'hands-on' sense) then we'll put it
in the articles section.
Nothing will be ignored or turned down without good reason.
We always need new articles so if you have something you've written, you can submit it at
Alternatively, contact the webmaster team if you have an idea for an article and want more advice.
You should also contact the webmaster team if you've written an application that you want published on the ILUG web site.