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If your tutorial is project specific, please submit it to the appropriate category for that project. If it is distribution specific, please submit it to the category for that distribution. Please do not submit sites that link to other documents. The Computers: Software: Operating Systems: Linux: Directories category is more appropriate for those types of sites.
This section is for sites that offer documentation on a Linux specific application, command, or topic. Documentation is meant to fully explain a subject or topic. That topic can sometimes be wide in scope (all of XWindows), and sometimes quite narrow(a specific command). The structure is often hierarchical, allowing a user to drill down to exactly what topic they wish to learn about. Tutorials are closely related to documentation, but they are more linear based--they start at the beginning and they work towards a specific goal, with minimal coverage of topics not needed to reach that goal. Tutorials belong in the tutorials category.
If your tutorial is project specific, please submit it to the appropriate category for that project. If it is distribution specific, please submit it to the category for that distribution.
This section is for sites that offer unique tutorials or help articles on a topic specific to Linux for new and advanced users. Sites with only links to other help sites should be submitted to the links category. A tutorial is a document or article meant to help a user towards some ends. In the name of getting a specific task done, it will explain other things the user needs to know. For example, a tutorial on installing Linux would explain the steps necessary to get Linux installed. If you wanted to more fully understand a subject in its breadth, try Documentation instead.
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