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Hi all,

I've been a member for years, but I've never contributed to someone else's article, so I thought I would ask what the proper etiquette is :-)

If I've made pretty substantial improvements and changes to the main code in an article and have been asked for my changes by a few people in comments on that article, and the changes are too large to post in the comments, what is the proper way to make the changes available? Should I try to get the original author involved? Just email the people that asked? Make a new article?


- Lutz
Posted 2-Nov-12 20:43pm
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Solution 1

You can write an article and state the original source and add your own content with explanations on what and how you changed with the associated benefits.
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Solution 2

In addition to Mehdi's comments you can post your updates as an alternative to an existing article. If you want further help then ask in the Article Writing forum[^] and an administrator will help you.

This content, along with any associated source code and files, is licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

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