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Learn more about how to be a part of our community, and find out what our authors say about writing.

The tools and projects discussed in our articles must hold certain licenses to be publishable on Opensource.com. Please review our style guide with more information about licenses, and if you have any questions, please contact us.

How to submit an article

Send your article proposal to our editorial team for review via our webform or you can email us directly at open@opensource.com.

Before submitting, we encourage you to read our style guide which contains important information about licensing, word count, formatting, images, and more.

If your work is reviewed and accepted, our editorial team will provide copy editing, obtain your final approval, publish your article on Opensource.com, and help promote it. We also encourage you to promote your own work.

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