If you'd like to write your own article and have it published on LearnVulkan for everyone to read you can send over your article to me by e-mail. By having interested readers publish their own articles on LearnVulkan I hope this website will be more than just a book, but a more centralized knowledge platform for everything Vulkan.

If you'd like to publish an article you'll want to follow the following guidelines:

• Article should be Vulkan-related. Articles may be technical e.g. Multi-threaded command buffer generation or sementical e.g. How I learned Vulkan in 30 days
• Article needs to have a positive impact on LearnVulkan e.g. be educational, informative, inspirational.
• Article is preferably written in a style similar to LearnVulkan: a more step-by-step approach to writing tutorials.
• Article is preferably written in Markdown, but HTML is allowed.
• Images/videos can be references by URL. If you'd like to use locally hosted images/videos, send them alongside your article and reference them as /img/guest/<year>/<your_article_name>/<image.png> with <your_article_name> seperated by underlines.
• If the article is a technical tutorial, make the full source code available.
• Article should of course be technically and mathematically sound.

As I intend to keep the quality bar-high, I'll be thorough in enforcing these restrictions. This means there's a good chance I'll reject your article, or return it with a significant amount of feedback. Nevertheless, if you followed the guidelines and generally make for an interesting article that adds something on top of the already existing content it's likely your article ends up on LearnVulkan. Do note that during the book's writing, I'm a lot more lenient in the guideline restrictions. Once the book gets published, I'll re-visit all guest articles to see if they're still relevant.