This guide is for new Chapter leads and Technical Writers
Open Source Community Africa (O.S.C.A) is for open source lovers, enthusiasts, advocates and experts within and across Africa with the sole aim of increasing the rate of credible contributions by African software developers, designers, writers and everyone involved in the sphere of technology to open source projects both locally and globally, changing the perception of Africans from just the billion users to the NEXT BILLION CREATORS.
Towards changing the perception of Africans from just the billion users to the NEXT BILLION CREATORS, we publish internal contents, chapter recap articles, and guest posts on our Blog. Before we publish your content, please ensure that you are willing to agree to the following terms.
As chapter leads, it is expected that you write a recap article after every event like this, which would be published on our blog. Here's how to get started:
Upon completion of your event, prepare a draft recap article with the following information:
Your draft should be submitted on or before 72 hours after the event. If there would be any delays, feel free to contact the Technical Writing Team.
Our blog is powered by Devblog Team Publication, and it is expected that you create a Devblog account to have your articles published with us.
PS: You need to be a chapter lead to request for access
blog.oscafrica.orgfrom the dropdown list like so
If you would like to share your expertise and experience on the OSCA blog, please reach out to Bolaji on Twitter to start a conversation.
We accept guest posts from just any amazing human with excellent technical writing skills around contents related to and not limited to Open Source:
We keep an Open OSCA Writing Ideas Doc, you can pick an idea and request to work on it or add your own idea.
Submitting a guest post helps put your content in front of amazing Open Source creators and contributors across the globe, It is also a great way to build your technical writing portfolio and an opportunity to work with the amazing humans at Open Source Community Africa.
Convinced now? Please reach out, and let's get started on that brilliant idea 🙂.
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