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|Articles and Tutorials posted in this forum will be reviewed by an Administrator periodically - exceptional work will be published into the FS2004.com Knowledge Base, where it will be preserved indefinitely for future visitors to FS2004.com!
In addition, members who are noticed as having excellent article writing skills may be offered a chance to become an Official Reviewer. These members will be given the opportunity to review a payware product from FS2004.com's selection of unreviewed addons. Once the review is complete the Official Reviewer keeps the payware free of charge, courtesy FS2004.com and the publisher of the software! Reviewers are at liberty to choose as many or as few products to review as they wish.
If you are interested in becoming an FS2004.com Official Reviewer, post at least one high-quality review (your own work) within this forum, and let Jon or Brad know of your willingness to become an Official Reviewer. We'll check out your review and membership status, and you may be asked to join the team!
Thanks to all those who have made and continue to make FS2004.com a great place to advance our hobby of flight simulation!
Brad and Jon
Posted: Dec 29 2005, 01:50 PM
Airline Transport Pilot
Member No.: 2
Joined: 12-May 03
Location: South Carolina
In addition to the information above, the following tips will ensure easy transition of articles and tutorials into the Knowledge Base:
1. Please use the "Upload IMG" button for attaching screenshots and other pictures - don't use the "Link IMG" button. We want all images to be hosted by our server, otherwise we could see dead image links in the KB when an external server hosting an image goes down.
2. Please limit screenshot sizes to 800px wide if possible. We plan to address this in the future with automatic resizing.
3. The more information the better, but try to avoid rambling.
4. It is helpful (but not required) to add keywords in a separate post in your topic. Keywords are used to help the search function point users to relevant articles. Try to think of keywords that are not used already in your article. For example, an article about a 747 might have good use for the following keywords: Boeing, jumbo jet, airliner.
That's it for now, if anyone else has any suggestions feel free to post them or PM me. If you're ready to post your article or tutorial, click here (or click the New Topic button).