Andrew Kuchling firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
Before we all become focused on new features for Python 2.1, it would be nice to do a bit more work on raising awareness of the new features in 2.0. There's little point in developing software if you don't actually tell anyone about it, after all.
I'd like to suggest that people try to write some brief articles, just a few pages long, each covering a particular feature in some detail.
It's not as exciting as Unicode or XML, but I've thrashed out a few hundred words on the new "setdefault" dictionary method. It's up here:
Tell me what you think! There's the beginning of a longer example in a comment at the bottom, but I felt it was getting a bit long-winded to be of interest.