This guy[^] has a ongoing series about Angular, that partly came thru as tip and partly as article (no part of the series until know is more than a blog post)...
Actually, these post are re-post of his own work from here: http://www.c-sharpcorner.com/Authors/sonofspm/Articles/[^]
I think that is not the way things are done at CP - can someone confirm (or not) and explain him what need to be done...
Skipper: We'll fix it. Alex: Fix it? How you gonna fix this? Skipper: Grit, spit and a whole lotta duct tape.
I have submitted articles before via email. Today I attempted three times to submit my article Practical Perfect Hashing in C# and the postmaster has replied with failure to deliver. Can you send me detailed instructions to submit via email. I used the Article Submission Wizard and apparently I have to re-type the whole Word document that I uploaded. What is going on?
When an author wants to publish a new version of an article which rather is a tip/trick in my opinion, should I approve it as an article anyway because the previous version already was approved as an article?
If the brain were so simple we could understand it, we would be so simple we couldn't. — Lyall Watson
It depends. If the article is older, like from the time before we even had Tips (I think pre-2011 or so) then I would leave it as an article. If it's a newer article that you feel belongs as a Tip, please report it as "Wrong type" and perhaps leave a comment for the author.
In the way of our commercial activity, we whish to use you “ASN.1 Editor” software (http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/4910/ASN-Editor).
Could you please confirm us the two following questions ?
- The use of the “ASN.1 Editor” software is free of charge, no license is necessary to buy.
- The use of the “ASN.1 Editor” software is free and can be used for a commercial activity.
Thanks very much for your message. As we said previously, we have reached out to the author to ask them to pick a license, but if they do not pick one or respond, we cannot pick a license on their behalf, nor answer your query.
The best course of action is to leave a message on the article itself.