If you're looking for sample content for your Forem, you've come to the right place! We share sample posts and other resources here for you to borrow freely. If you've written a particularly helpful guide, engaging discussion post, or survey tool, that you'd like for other Forem Creators to freely use in their own communities, please share your work with other Creators right here on forem.dev using this tag.
Some FAQs: What type of content can be an Open Resource?
The short answer: anything! A longer answer: if you feel that the content you've created might be helpful to other Forem Creators and you'd be happy with them using it, you can submit it as an Open Resource here, and in the markdown repo. Tagging your post #openresources grants permission to others to use that content on their own Forems. If you would not be happy with someone else replicating this content on their own Forem without attributing you, this isn't the right tag to use.
Who can submit Open Resources?
Anyone who wants to share content for other Forem Creators to use on their own Forems. Please ensure that you have permission to share this content before posting it here, and have appropriately attributed any sources that you're citing.
Who can use Open Resources?
Any Forem Creator who is looking for sample content for their Forem. We encourage you to build upon the resources provided here, so your Forem develops its own unique identity, rather than simply copying-and-pasting. Just remember to keep any citations intact and respect any source attributions by the original author.
Do I have to credit the author of an Open Resource?
While the Community Success Team is happy for you to take resources we've created without crediting us, when it comes to community-shared resources please be respectful of the fact that someone has taken the time to create this and put the effort into sharing it. Please don't claim it's your own, or strip any attribution given to sources in the Open Resource you're using. Thoroughly read through the resource you're using and check to see if the author has asked for you to include attribution. If in doubt, ask the person that created the resource!
How can I get the markdown for Open Resources?
Forem's Community Success Team hosts a repo for the markdown version of these posts. If you want us to add your resource to our repo as a markdown file, please create an issue.