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Contributing blogs to Pylenin

First of all, thanks a lot for considering to contribute an article to the Pylenin community. We all are interested to learn various aspects of Python. Needless to say, not everyone can be a master at everything. So we really appreciate your contribution to teaching us something new.

How to contribute to Pylenin

You can contribute in 2 ways.

  1. Submit an article on your topic of interest that makes use of Python.

    This website is Python focused knwoledge sharing site. So currently we are not accepting articles on other languages or frameworks, unless you can make a connection between the other language/framework and Python.

    For example -

    1. Using React with Django
    2. Understanding CPython for debugging with examples.
    3. Gitlab CI/CD for ETL pipelines
  2. Improving articles written by others.

    We don't claim to be experts here, but we want to become. Therefore we are always willing to learn additional things and accept criticism. If you feel an article on a particular topic misses out on certain facts or is conveying a wrong information, feel free to correct it. We would truly appreciate your effort.

Using this repo for submitting articles.

You can see the directory structure of my_name folder. It consists of a sub-folder called blog-name and author_details.json. The blog-name folder consists of 3 files, to write your blog, a sub-folder images to store images for your blog and co_authors.json to provide info about co-authors.

Follow these steps to submit an article to Pylenin.

  1. Fork this repo.
  2. Copy & paste the my-name folder and rename it to your own name. Use camelcasing. Dont' make any changes to the my_name folder. This is the reference folder for all authors.
  3. Rename the blog-name folder based on the name of your article you are submitting. So every blog is a subfolder within your name folder.
  4. Now you can write your blog inside in markdown format. You can find a cheat sheet to Markdown here.
  5. If you are using images(which you should), store your images in the images folder.
  6. Fill up the author_detail.json with your information. If you have co-authors, there is an arrangement for mentioning their names as well in the co_authors.json file.
  7. Make a PR !!

Using this repo for improving articles.

  1. Fork the repo.
  2. Go into the blog-name folder that you would like to improve.
  3. Make your relevant changes.
  4. Fill in your information in the co_authors.json file.
  5. Make a PR !!
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