I don't think source code is required exactly, but it is expected. It allows the author (you, in this case) to focus on two or three highlights rather than write a complete project in the article itself. I have also found it useful to have a ready-to-go project that I can tinker with and print out when I'm working with someone else's stuff: I have found useful bits in the source that had nothing at all to do with the article itself.
Also, I personally download only the source, never the compiled executables. This is a basic security measure. An article that provides an executable and no source strikes me as risky (not that members of Code Project would ever do anything shady, of course.)
My recommendation would be to wait until you have a complete project with all of your modules. You might be able to split your article into two or three pieces, each with its own project; that way, you can publish Part 1 now, and wait a few weeks with Part 2 until you get that code finished and working.
I posted a new article today and then received a message from PIEBALDconsult including a
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The link is www.codeproject.com/Messages/3391903/Pedant.aspx but this comes up with an error.
How can I reply to PIEBALDconsult as I'd like further clarification. The article was at
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It generally happens becoz sometimes articles are under moderation or due to some reason articles are deleted.First of all you should log in and check whether your article is under moderation or not.
back in 3 Jan 2006 I wrote an article called "Startup Edit" "http://www.codeproject.com/KB/cs/startedit.aspx" then I updated it in 22 Feb 2006, the article viewed 37,128 times since then, bookmarked 33 times, and 43 voted for it, with a Popularity of 5.38 and Rating 3.29 out of 5
But unfortunately up till now it is in the Unedited contribution section
What shall I do to make it reviewed by your excellent staff
Thanks in advance
If you found my answer to your question useful; then vote for me.
I previously emailed the webmaster concerning the fact that unless a reader KNEW that I had articles originating from my blog there was no clear way for them to find them.
E.g. the authors article listing defaults to 'proper' articles tab and displayed '0 articles' so there really was no motivation to click on blogs.
Apparently that feedback was heard and thus I was pleased, but it really only goes half way there.
Every where but the 'back room' authors article page shows '0 articles found' and what concerns me more is that google is indexing as such.
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If a blog based submission is good enough to be accepted by your moderators and served as content by your site why is it not good enough to be counted as an 'article'?
Should I find another outlet for publishing my content?
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