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How to Help this Site

If you like this site, there are several ways in which you can help me with it. Here is a list of some of them:

  1. Link to its Pages. Mention it on your blog or on mailing lists, on wikis, as blog comments, mention it to your friends, etc. Please don’t spam - link to it where appropriate.

    If you linked to this site, feel free to email me about it with a link to a place where it was linked to. Please do not send me “I’ll link to you if you link to me” messages - I’m not interested in such conditional linking and would be more willing to consider linking to you after you unconditionally linked to me already. One should realise that even a one-sided link is beneficial for your pages, because they add to the page’s value and experience.

  2. Send corrections - if you detect any problems such as:

    1. Spelling errors. (I’m using Commonwealth English (or “British English”) spelling on this site.)
    2. Grammatical or Syntactical errors.
    3. Bad phrasing.
    4. Broken hyperlinks.
    5. Invalid markup. (HTML/XHTML, CSS, JavaScript, etc.)

    Or any other problems, feel free to contact me about it, and report them. Note that due to my Israeli nature, some of my English pages may contain some Hebraisms and/or Israelisms, and I see them as features not problems.

  3. Suggest new content - I’m always happy to hear suggestions for new content, like new links that you would like to see included, topics that lack proper coverage, etc.

    If you want to send unified text patches make sure you do them against the source of the site in the version control system.

  4. Send a “Thank You” email - I’m always happy to receive emails complimenting me for the site or some resources thereof. At the moment, I’m not receiving too many, and so I can respond to most of them, so if you’re polite and friendly, expect a response.

  5. Join my beta-reviewers list - I have a mailing list dedicated to submitting articles for peer review before I publish them. If you like what I’ve been writing, I suggest you join, so you can review them, correct mistakes and comment on them. Email me if you’re interested, and I will consider joining you.

  6. Donate some money - lastly, you should consider making a monetary PayPal donation or fulfilling part of my Amazon.com wishlist. I won’t hold it against you if you don’t, but I would appreciate it if you do.