Telerik and Blogging

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  1. Aarsh
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    Posted 17 Dec 2012 Link to this post

    Hi ! I already have my blog where I've posted few asp.net examples and stuff like that. I also wanted to do the same for telerik. Any precautions should I take before I do so ? Do we have to own the telerik controls for doing so, or one can freely share the codes ?

    I am expecting the ans in the capacity of an employee.

    Thanks much.
    -Aarsh
  2. Veli
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    Posted 19 Dec 2012 Link to this post

    Hello Aarsh,

    Thank you for your interest in blogging about Telerik products. Feel free to post code related to the usage of our products, but please refrain from providing Telerik assemblies or source code as part of Telerik products for view or download from your web site. Instead, you can freely link to Telerik product pages on www.telerik.com, online product documentation, blog posts, or any other online resource provided by Telerik. Thus, interested parties can download their own copy of the product.

    Please let me know if further clarification is required.

    Greetings,
    Veli
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  3. Aarsh
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    Posted 19 Dec 2012 Link to this post

    Hi Veli,

    I am glad to have the response.  One thing I am clear about is, I can definitely post the code snippets. Also,

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    Veli :
    Feel free to post code related to the usage of our products, but please refrain from providing Telerik assemblies or source code as part of Telerik products for view or download from your web site. "

    [/Quote]

    ^ So what you are trying to clear here is, I can provide the code snippets but can not the solution/project even after deleting the references' directory (in that sense they would never be able to run the project, but can understand the structure of the project) ? Again, I do not have any intentions to violate any polices by telerik, or as an employee, whose employer has bought the telerik license.

    Thanks in advance for clarifying.
  4. Veli
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    Posted 20 Dec 2012 Link to this post

    Hi Aarsh ,

    You can freely provide the solution/project as long as Telerik assemblies are removed from it.

    Regards,
    Veli
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  5. Aarsh
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    Posted 15 Feb 2013 Link to this post

    Hello !

    Finally I am about to start blogging about tips and tricks. To avoid any conflicts and to be safe, I would mainly be sharing just aspx and cs mostly, more than safe right ? :-)

    Anyway, according to http://www.telerik.com/account/telerik-points.aspx


    Can I earn Telerik points outside of this site?

    Yes, you can earn Telerik points for any action promoting our developers' community outside our own web-site. Please, contact us to request your Telerik points if you have:

    • Reviewed/rated our product anywhere on the internet
    • made a forum/blog posting regarding our products anywhere on the internet
    • in any way promoted our company to the developers’ community at large

    Please, include the URL where you have posted your reviews.

    So I am wondiering where do I inform that these pages are my blog and contins telerik stuff ?

    http://wildclick.wordpress.com/codelib/
    http://wildclick.wordpress.com/codelib/codelib-telerik



    [Added on 17th Feb, 2013] :

    Is that fair if I hook-up the links for the projects I've submitted in code-library to my blog ? 


    The reason for asking this question is :

    CL needs working projects which I've submitted & I think any person comes to CL of telerik.com can download it !
    So what should I do on my blog, do not put a hyper-links to them ?
  6. Veli
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    Posted 19 Feb 2013 Link to this post

    Hello Aarsh,

    We are glad to hear about your interest to provide Telerik-related topics on your blog. The standard procedure with referring outside content for Telerik points is as follows:

    1. Let us know about every new topic of yours in which you provide guidance on using Telerik products. You can send us a general feedback post from your Telerik account.

    2. Our support staff will have a look at your post and estimate its relevance and general applicability to a broader audience of Telerik users.

    3. Your Telerik points will be updated according to your post content and you will be notified in the same thread you've opened.

    As for linking to Telerik Code Library articles inside your blog, please feel free to do so. The Code Library is a free-distribution learning resource and you are welcome to further promote it on your blog.

    Greetings,
    Veli
    the Telerik team

    Explore the entire Telerik portfolio by downloading Telerik DevCraft Ultimate.

  7. Aarsh
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    Posted 19 Feb 2013 Link to this post

    Veil, thanks for your reply.

    Yes, I believe I understood how I can claim telerik points for my blog posts and I am satisfied with your help once again, I thank you.

    So I can not upload the entire working solution from within my blog, but the same is valid if I point to code library's thread (!) I emphasized that according to prerequisites to post a project in code library, it must be completely working project so one can not remove the web.config, bin and such files/directories while uploading the project in code-library , right. (please correct me if I am wrong)


    Thanks much,
    -Aarsh
  8. Veli
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    Posted 20 Feb 2013 Link to this post

    Projects submitted to our Code Library may contain trial versions of Telerik assemblies you work with.

    Veli
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  9. Aarsh
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    Posted 20 Feb 2013 Link to this post

    Okay got it, I am not on trial so will make sure that I remove the dlls from bin folder before uploading the code to 'Code Library'. thanks !
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