Occasionally I receive requests from other blog authors asking permission to cross-post one of the The state, condition, character and nature of being a software coder; the state of belonging to and evolving in a software engineering organization where software developers (AKA coders) work and operate. articles. Often such requests ask for permission to translate the article into a different language.
Before you ask, here are my requirements:
Alternatively, you can give me a contributor account on your blog so that I can manage the cross-posting personally.
The canonical URL of the page of the cross-post must point to the original POST on www.coderhood.com. This is done by adding the following code in the <head> of the page:
<link rel="canonical" href="ORIGNAL-POST-URL">
- ORIGINAL-POST-URL is the URL pointing to the original post on http://www.coderhood.com
The body of the post must start with the following HTML:
This post was first published on
as <a href="ORIGINAL-POST-TITLE">ORIGNAL-POST-URL</a>.
CoderHood is a blog dedicated to the human dimension
of software engineering.
- ORIGINAL-POST-URL is a URL pointing to the original post on http://www.coderhood.com
- ORIGINAL-POST-TITLE is the original title of the post on www.CoderHood.com
- If you want to cross-post the article translated into a different language, feel free to translate the English text given above, but make sure to keep the ORIGINAL-POST-URL and ORIGINAL-POST-TITLE in English.
The body of the post must end with:
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All links to www.coderhood.com must be dofollow links (that is, they should NOT specify rel=”nofollow“).