[python-advocacy] What to write next?

A.M. Kuchling amk at amk.ca
Fri May 18 17:18:41 CEST 2007

I'd like to take up another writing task from the list at
<http://wiki.python.org/moin/AdvocacyWritingTasks>, and am wondering
which one would be the highest-priority.

"What is Python?" would probably be the most widely useful one -- I
bet most of the planned advocacy kits would contain it -- but isn't
there already a draft of it among the assets on the advocacy site?

I was thinking one of the suggested language comparisons would be most
useful... but are the Java or the Ruby ones the most useful at this
point in time?  Personally I'd lean toward the Java ones -- the Java
community is quite large, and getting a tiny percentage of more Jython
users is better than heading off a few Ruby users.

Or would one of the scientific tasks (matlab comparison, graphing) be
better?  Jeff, I'm especially interested in what you think, but will
listen to everyone's opinion.


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