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#1 kevin_mchugh  Icon User is offline

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How long to wait for a tutorial to be approved/rejected?

Posted 21 April 2010 - 11:11 AM

I hope this is the right place to post this but....I submitted a tutorial a while ago (Having just checked the original document it was the 31st of January) and I was wondering if you guys have an update on its status.

The post just seemed to disapear after I hit the submit button. Having subsiqently found out that it wouldnt appear straight away I didnt worry to much.... but I just wasnt sure how long to wait. (Even if its only for a thanks but no thanks:-)

Apologies if this is A)In the wrong place or B)me being impatient.

I swear I am not trying to upset anyone and thanks to whomever takes the time to reply.

Later

Kev

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Re: How long to wait for a tutorial to be approved/rejected?

Posted 21 April 2010 - 11:35 AM

Unfortunately your C# tutorial was rejected as it just didn't have enough content to warrant an entire tutorial (6 lines of code does not a tutorial make). Now you are more than welcome to write a more in-depth tutorial on using the Twitterize components in a C# application if you like, but the way it was it wasn't detailed enough to warrant an approval.

You weren't notified because at the time you only had 7 posts and you cannot send or receive PM's until you have at least 10 posts (and you do now).
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#3 Arenlor  Icon User is offline

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Re: How long to wait for a tutorial to be approved/rejected?

Posted 22 April 2010 - 06:55 AM

Or convert it to a snippet perhaps?
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