Editorial Policy

We encourage users to contribute to r-studio.co in an effort to share and help build the central knowledge base and information repository for the R-Studio operating system and its applications.

R's Insights and R's Journals are publications of R-Studio and help to provide educational and useful material that supports the mission of R-Studio, its members, and R-Club at large. We accept and publish blogs and articles that meet our editorial guidelines and are original or reproduced with permission. Submissions that meet all of the guidelines outlined here will be considered for publication.

If you have questions about your submission, please feel free to contact our managing editor Miles at miles@r-studio.co

POLICIES
Don't violate anyone's intellectual property and post anyone else's copyrighted or confidential material you don't have permission to use.
Don't post anything vulgar, inflammatory, pornographic, etc.
Don't post just to sell something. Sure, talk up your project, but don't mention how to buy it every single time.
Don't launch into personal attacks. You're not going to agree with everyone, but name-calling will just cause trouble and will be regarded as flaming behavior.
Don't use too many links and tags. If you just trying to boost your SEO, that's an abuse of the system.
Don't post spam.


Violation of these rules will result in the removal of the content and a warning from the site's administrators. A second violation will result in the removal of your user account.

GUIDELINES
Please use English or Chinese.
Focus on a single idea. Instead of 'how to use digital cameras', perhaps write 'how to use application X to organize your photos'.
Watch out for long, preformatted lined of text, they will break out of the main content column. Try to keep such lines short.
Try not to be redundant. Make sure the content not reproducing a topic that is already posted on r-studio.co. Duplicate topics that overlap too much will not be published, so check the site first before working on your content.
Tone down the foul language. You can say what you need to say without relying on cursing. In fact, your writing will be regarded as that much more creative.
Use graphics.

Please note that articles, as well as any other user content on r-studio.co do not reflect the views or endorsements of R-Studio, its staff, or its members. We recognize there may be inaccurate information reflected in this site and that users should understand that something that appears on r-studio.co does not mean R-Studio has vetted or endorsed that content.

If you spot an error, or a violation of this policy, please contact our managing editor at
miles@r-studio.co so that we may act accordingly.

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