I've written an FAQ on plagiarism to help authors understand what is plagiarism, as well as help members identify it. It is here: CodeProject Plagiarism FAQ[^]
If you find an article that is plagiarized you can either submit a report on the article itself, marking it as "Plagiarized," or you can report it in the Spam and Abuse Watch[^] forum with your evidence and a link to the members account, or you can email me directly email@example.com if you suspect plagiarism or have further plagiarism questions or concerns.
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As a basic overview CodeProject articles have a certain layout to follow, so that users can learn the most from them. Each article attempts to answer the following questions: What problem does this solution solve? How does this help someone else? How does the code actually work? What is going on inside the code snippets?
Here is a submission from a first time author who did a terrific job, just to give you a basic overview of what a beginner article might look like: Avoiding InvokeRequired[^]
I was moderating a would be article which is part two of a series - but part one is published as a tip, and part two isn't up to article standard either. So I suggested it would be better to withdraw both, combine them, and submit the new item as an article instead.
Then he asked how to do that...and I haven't got a clue...
If you have an article in the queue and you edit and tick the "Work in progress" box, would that remove it? What about an existing, published tip?
If there isn't a way, is it feasible to add it to the article editor? Because "promoting" a tip tends to get rude comments...
Bad command or file name. Bad, bad command! Sit! Stay! Staaaay...
FWIW, I noticed that when one of my blog posts magically changed into an article, that I first had to set the "Original location" field again (it turned empty) before it actually wanted to update to a blog again. It might have happened that the "Original location" textbox didn't load correctly when opening the article editor, so when saving the article it was lost.
The quick brown ProgramFOX jumps right over the Lazy<Dog>.
Unfortunately we have a bug that we haven't quite nailed down yet. Once your article is approved the editors will ensure that the images are available. If not, please come banging at my email door demanding satisfaction and I will swiftly and apologetically fix the images. firstname.lastname@example.org.
I have an article to publish. the content is in the proper word document. So I wanted to ask which makes sense or easy to do, Open the wizard and transfer the content from doc or send out the word document by email.
Too much of good is bad,mix some evil in it
You're talking about "Implementing AI Evolutionary binary distribution algorithm for solving the numeric approximation problem", right?
It's still in the moderation queue and needs more approvals. It looks like you've resubmitted it just few minutes ago so any approvals that were given for example yesterday are rest. Each time an article is sent to a queue, approvals start from zero.
But can you tell me when it's going to be approved
I can't. If I recall correctly when an article gets 10 approvals it will pass. Approvals come from other authors so it depends very much on the activity of the site. For example on weekends approval process may take longer.
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