[Edu-sig] IDLE wish (was Edu-sig Digest, Vol 31, Issue 16)
vceder at canterburyschool.org
Fri Mar 3 16:08:41 CET 2006
You've made your feelings about turtle.py abundantly clear. I would only
suggest that (contrary to your implications) we benighted individuals
who actually use the module in teaching and want improve it are also
passionate, moral and even (perhaps) intelligent. Or at least we deserve
the benefit of the doubt. ;)
However if our discussion of the module bothers you that much, I'm happy
to move it to off of this list.
>>>From: Arthur [mailto:ajsiegel at optonline.net]
> One argument against an "official" turtle.py module, is that it will be the
> Phone Company's Turtle, and the forces of agility and merit will be lost.
> To me it is better if folks wanting a serious turtle graphics implementation
> expect to look for it outside the standard distribution.
> I am perfectly aware that my approach to these discussion is not likely to
> get me liked. Kirby, we know, is weird ;).
> But if I had no passion around the issues that arise, it would be easy
> enough to approach the discussions otherwise. Probably my approach is
> Anti-Effective - so the "serious" discussion is perceived to be the one that
> is held without any overt passion. Too bad.
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