I noticed that one of the posts on TypeScript in the news blog uses the content I solely contributed to the now archived guide repo that served as an open source wiki of sorts.
I used to be an active maintainer for that repo a few years ago and in turn contributed back in a lot of content.
I’m completely fine with FreeCodeCamp using the content I contributed but I would appreciate if I could get credited as the author for this post since I came up with this content and it’s no longer being hosted in an open source fashion since the content is now hosted on a custom instance of Ghost.
I spent a considerable amount of time trying to make the content fun and easy to understand and would like to request to be added in as an author for this post.
I can show how all the content in the blog post ties back to me.
Absolutely. Thank you for your contribution to the freeCodeCamp Guide. I can add you as the author on this article.
Could you DM me here with the email address you’d like me to use to send you an invitation to the publication? You can then add a photo, bio, Twitter, anything else you need, and we can update the article to list you as the author (currently it doesn’t have a listed author).
@francescoronel OK – you should receive an email inviting you to create an account on freeCodeCamp’s Ghost instance. Once you set up your profile and add a photo and everything, let me know and I will associate your account with that article.
And please also take a look at our style guide when you a moment. We would welcome articles from you if you are interested in further sharing your wisdom with the community.