The world’s shortest CFP
If you or your students write in plain text and there’s some computer language and rhetorical theory or princples involved, Push wants to help you develop and publish an openly reviewed article about it.
And that’s the Push CFP. Below are a few more details.
Two Guiding Principles
Source is source. Whether you’re writing with source for markup, design, or full-on scripting and programming, write up your work and submit it to Push.
Don’t let your experience level get in the way. Maybe you’ve gained insights from your very first time teaching HTML. Or maybe you have a radically new perspective for approaching a writing task with the assistance of an entire language or framework. Push seeks submissions by writers with all levels of experience working with source code.
Basic Article Guidelines
All article submissions to Push should be:
- 1500-2500 words + references and source examples
- Written in Markdown
- Compliant with the Chicago Manual of Style, 16th ed., including for footnote citations
- Tracked in Git on a dedicated
submissionbranch in your copy of the repository
- Submitted as a pull request on GitHub
Queries Prior to Writing & Submitting
If you want feedback on an idea before you write, open a new issue on GitHub and write
QUERY: at the beginning of the title for your query.