Could a single web framework popularize Python?
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Fri Oct 10 23:00:00 CEST 2003
Alex Martelli <aleax at aleax.it> writes:
> they're referring to the .net rather than the .org site. "Annotatable"
> docs (perhaps with some overview) sure sounds like a way-cool idea, but
> I have no first-hand experience of how well it works in practice.
My guess is that the annotatable docs at php.net are exactly what
PHPsters mean when they talk about community. I haven't been there
for a couple of years (not doing any PHP these days), but I had
mixed feelings about the docs. On one hand, there were often
helpful tips about how to use a function. On the other hand, the
comments sometimes contradicted each other, which was kind of
Surely there's a good Python wiki that people who like such things
can be pointed at? (I like them, but don't have much time to
actively participate on one.)
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