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I'm looking for 25 high quality unique articles that are about 1000-1500 words in length, optimized for the chosen topic. The bidder will have to propose the topic of the article and I will approve it. Then he can proceed writing the articles. The articles should be some review of java opensource frameworks such as hibernate, castor, ... It is highly preferred to write about something you have used. There are three types of articles I'm looking for: -Review of some specific framework, what it is, what is used for, how is working - a high level description of the tool with all the important supported features. -Getting started with it: how to set the project and how to use it. This should include also the sources. -Comparison between 2 or more frameworks from the same category. Please include in your bid what frameworks you have used and you can easily write about. I prefer tools and frameworks which are not widely known. The articles should be written in proper English and proper grammar. The uniqueness of the articles will be checked for duplication with Copyscape.com and similar tools. Non-English speakers can apply, but should have good written command of the English language. Examples of previous work will increase the chances of being selected.
1) Quality of writing: All English writing-related deliverables MUST be of grammatical, structural and logical quality commensurate with written English in a professional journal (unless otherwise stated by the Buyer). If you are a non-native English speaker you are HIGHLY CAUTIONED AGAINST bidding, unless you are 100% certain that you can provide this level of writing. 2) Writing Copyright: All deliverables MUST be completely your own original work and may not be taken (in whole or in part) from any work that you do not have full and complete copyrights to (unless otherwise stated by the Buyer). 2a) You may not quote material from other sources unless the buyer explicitly gives you permission to do so. If they do, you must surround that material with quotes and cite the source with enough detail so it can be verified. 2b) You may not paraphrase from other sources unless the buyer explicitly gives you permission to do so. If they do, you must follow generally accepted standards for paraphrasing. Merely rearranging words and phrases from another source is considered plagiarism and is illegal. To correctly paraphrase, you should read the original and then close the book/source so you cannot see it and then write the entire material from scratch using your own words. (Note: Paraphrasing is legal by U.S. law when the work is considered "Fair Use"...which generally means it will NOT be used commercially and ONLY for educational purposes. On the other hand, if you may know or suspect the work may not be "Fair Use", please inform or consult with Rent a Coder.) 2c) If you infringe any copyright you will forfeit all escrowed funds under the terms of "fraud" in your contract and may have your account suspended. DO NOT BID ON THIS PROJECT, unless you fully understand United States copyright law and it's ramifications to you. 3) All deliverables will be considered "work made for hire" under U.S. Copyright law. Buyer will receive exclusive and complete copyrights to all work purchased. 3b) No part of the deliverable may contain any copyright restricted 3rd party components (including GPL, GNU, Copyleft, etc.) unless all copyright ramifications are explained AND AGREED TO by the buyer on the site per the seller's Seller Legal Agreement.
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