The top requirements for articles are:
- It must be useful to ADISCers.
- It must be of substantial length, and (if a review of something) include pictures of that thing.
- It must have good spelling, punctuation, and grammar.
- It must be original (ie: not something copied from somewhere else).
Also, some more general guidelines:
- Articles should have a proposed title, however:
- Titles will be displayed in the standard place for articles. They will not be displayed as part of the article's body text.
- Titles, along with article text, may be changed during the review/editing process.
- Articles should not make use of custom fonts.
- Bold, italics, and reasonable size changes are OK.
- Weird fonts and symbols are not OK.
- Articles should be written from a consistent point of view. It can be first person or not, but it must be consistent.
- Articles may not include any licensing information, such as a line saying "Copyright _____" or "Licensed under ____".