Bits of advice
It is a joy to get anything you want to send for publication.
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Auntie Sofia and the Digital Scullery friends have some bits of advice which might be of use.
- Spelling: Look we are Greek. Bad spelling in English is very probable. Never mind.
- Photos: Please do send them. It’s better if they’re a good size and clear.
- Content: We love all food but have a preference for GRUB. Any gourmet stuff we’ll think about it.
- Who are you: Please mention clearly your name or nickname and a link back to your website/blog/twitter/whatever. If you have no online home it’s fine, just let us know how you’d like your name to appear.
- Advertisements and Press Releases: Please see the relevant page.
- CC License: Anything we publish on Digital Scullery (and anything you send for publication) is covered by our Creative Commons License. Please take note.
- Our principles: Our principles are non negotiable. By sending your content you agree to accept, respect and uphold them.
- The source of any blog post, recipe, picture or any content on Digital Scullery needs to be clearly noted.
- For any source there must be a link – where a source website exists. This link should go directly to the specific page and not just the front page of that website.
- We do not copy copyrighted content and we respect the wishes of the creator. We check each and every single time and this is the responsibility of the Digital Scullery author.
- Especially on photos, if the original is on flickr or any similar service use the system provided to embed (e.g.Share This/ Grab the html/BBCode). We do not copy the photo and upload it on Digital Scullery. They only exception is when a photo is used as a featured images, only for technical reasons. It that case the full details and link to the photo appear at the end of each blog post.
- Any time we are advertising something we are absolutely clear that this is the case.
- Any time a post has been paid for we are absolutely clear that this is the case.
- If any products/ brands can be seen on blog posts, photos or videos and you see no disclosure than it is just a random thing (we shop in the same places as everybody else).
- Digital Scullery supports and believes in the Creative Commons principles. However, we respect the wishes of each creator to distribute their content under any copyright conditions they see fit.
- In the same way that we respect others’ material and wishes we’d expect the same courtesy. Digital Scullery does have a Creative Commons License. Please respect that.
All authors and all those who send their content for publication on Digital Scullery know of these principles and I trust them to follow them. If there are any doubts a process is in place to discuss and resolve any challenges.
If you have found anything at all on Digital Scullery that does not agree with the Digital Scullery principles as set out below this is probably due to an error and we need to correct it. Please contact Sofia as soon as possible.