[python-advocacy] silent-movie slideshow?

Carl Karsten carl at personnelware.com
Tue Sep 23 06:10:02 CEST 2008

Do you need some Pyglet code?  I saw a great presentation at the SF pygl? group
- I think the guy did a PyCon talk in 06 - but he nailed the "look what you can
do in just a few lines" foo.  I'll figure out who it is if you want me to (have
do do some inbox spelunking.

Carl K

Catherine Devlin wrote:
> Thanks for the great suggestions, Jeff!
> I've written up demo software, called "ponyshow":
> http://www.assembla.com/wiki/show/ponyshow
> It's mostly just a key-typer - a wrapper around xautomation's xte - so
> it can do anything you could do by typing at your command line.That
> way it can demo everything from pyglet to Jython.  Heck, you could
> even demo Ruby with it (ssshhhh).  *nix-only.
> Ponyshow comes with a show.txt to run that is going to be expanded
> like crazy by Ohio LinuxFest (Oct. 11).  Anybody who wants to
> contribute exciting/instructive code snippets or small programs, I'll
> be delighted to include them.
> On Sat, Aug 2, 2008 at 9:18 AM, Jeff Rush <jeff at taupro.com> wrote:
>> Catherine Devlin wrote:
>>> Hi!  I'm thinking of putting up a table at the next Ohio LinuxFest to
>>> hawk Python and PyOhio.  One of the things I'd like to put on it is a
>>> computer screen paging gradually through some instructive and/or
>>> eye-catching samples of things Python can do... everything from
>>> "here's list comprehension" to "here's a tiny Pyglet game".  Stuff to
>>> catch the eyes of the passers-by and millers-about.

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