[Edu-sig] Split the edu-SIG?
Sun, 06 Feb 2000 12:26:15 -0500
on 2/6/00 10:24 AM, David Scherer at firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> 1. Lesson planning, evangelism, course content creation.
> 2. Tool improvements, such as IDE enhancements, specialized libraries,
> frameworks for problem domains, and, less significantly, future changes to
> the language itself.
Crossover discussion between these two groups is essential. If the list is
split, it needs to be done in such a way that the groups are not isolated
from each other. Perhaps a weekly summary of important issues discussed on
each list could be posted to the other.
> 4. At least right now, the traffic on the list is much too high for anyone
> without procmail and a threaded mail reader.
At least in my hands the download times have not been particularly long, and
anyone with a POP or IMAP client that supports mail sorting rules should be
able to deal with the message numbers.
> 1. Is anyone else interested in seriously discussing new or enhanced Python
> libraries and tools to make Python more usable in educational settings, or
> in a specific curriculum?
Univ. of Pittsburgh