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How To Write an Article for the DigitalOcean Community

Published on May 23, 2014
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By Etel Sverdlov
Developer and author at DigitalOcean.
How To Write an Article for the DigitalOcean Community

Thank you for your interest in writing for DigitalOcean! Our style and formatting guides have moved; we apologize for the inconvenience.

Here’s a link to the latest version of the style guide. The short links do.co/style and do.co/formatting will also always point to the correct page. Happy writing!


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Could I translate some articles into Russian? I like your articles and want to people from Russia which do not know english could use it.

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Nice!!!

I wonder if you would consider to accept tutorials in spanish. Spanish speakers are also a large community, would be good to have some tutorials in spanish :)

Hi there, i’m writing a tutorial and i want to add a diagram, were can i find the stencils used in your diagrams ?

Thanks

nice to hear from you

thank you

It is possible to write articles in other languages? For example in Portuguese.

Hi there, do you accept tutorial on 3d modeling using Blender?

Thanks.

I realized after submitting my article for review that I didn’t use any formatting. As I’m not used to the system Digital Ocean uses. I also only wrote a rough draft of a final piece. A basic cohesion of thoughts laid out in a pleasing manner. Is this alright for a submission to be reviewed? So I can go through and finish up after the review?

I have been using another VPS provider and am happily taking DO for a spin. Your documentation is excellent! This style guide shows why—it’s been made a priority. One thing I am wondering…the figures are really clear. How do you make them? Keep up the good work.

@deckool: Please give it another try. The site just went through an upgrade, and there might have been some small hiccups.

Let us know how it goes!