[BangPypers] FW: ActiveState Code: the new Python Cookbook site
orsenthil at gmail.com
Wed Jul 9 05:43:35 CEST 2008
* scriptor Trent Mick, explico
> Hello all,
> I'm happy to announce the beta of ActiveState Code:
> the eventual replacement of the ASPN Python Cookbook
> (http://aspn.activestate.com/ASPN/Cookbook/Python) and the other cookbooks
> Just Python recipes:
> What the site offers over the ASPN Cookbooks:
> * a complete visual refresh (long overdue)
> * full tagging support of recipes
> * support for many many more languages (the ASPN Cookbooks were restricted
> to Python, PHP, Tcl and XSLT recipes)
> The Python Cookbook is by far the most popular of the ASPN Cookbooks, so I
> wanted to get the Python community's feedback on the new site. What do you
> think? What works? What doesn't? I'll try to answer feedback on python-list
> or on the site's feedback form:
> The new site provides a solid foundation for doing other improvements to the
> site. What specific things could the site do to make the Python Cookbook
> more useful?
> WARNING: The new site is currently in **beta**, meaning that
> recipes/comments/votes that you add to the new site are **not saved**. The
> plan is to fully move to the new site in two weeks. Redirects will preserve
> all links to recipes at aspn.activestate.com/ASPN/Cookbook/...
> p.s. The new site is written in Django -- what a pleasant experience that
> has been.
> p.p.s. DNS was *just* turned on for the site so the search functionality
> (using Google) won't be working for a day or two.
> Trent Mick
> trentm at activestate.com
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