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The Los Angeles Times welcomes opinion articles on any subject. Submissions must be exclusive to us. Most articles are about 750 words in length, though some are shorter, and on Sundays, we can sometimes run pieces as long as 1,200 words.
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Opensource.com welcomes article proposals and submissions from subject matter users or experts, on a range of topics about open source.
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The Post welcomes submissions of opinion articles on any topic for publication in print and online. Submissions must be exclusive to us and can be of any length, though they are unlikely to be accepted if they are longer than 750 words. We do not consider articles sent to other publications or posted online, including on a personal blog, nor do we consider anonymous or pseudonymous submissions. WashingtonPost.com1