[Edu-sig] IDLE wish (was Edu-sig Digest, Vol 31, Issue 16)
radenski at chapman.edu
Fri Mar 3 19:42:02 CET 2006
> What is the importance of having your improved module part of the standard
The current turtle.py module it is already in the standard distribution. Why should not an *improved* version remain in the standard distribution?
Quite a few instructors already rely on turtle.py being in the standard distribution. Turtle.py is good for beginners. Having it outside the standard distribution will create difficulties for beginner learners and their instructors.
From: edu-sig-bounces at python.org on behalf of Arthur
Sent: Fri 3/3/2006 7:40 AM
To: 'Vern Ceder'; 'Arthur'
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Subject: Re: [Edu-sig] IDLE wish (was Edu-sig Digest, Vol 31, Issue 16)
> >-----Original Message-----
> >From: Vern Ceder [mailto:vceder at canterburyschool.org]
> >However if our discussion of the module bothers you that
> >much, I'm happy to move it to off of this list.
How about responding to some of my substantive points.
Or are you saying you don't perceive any?
What is the importance of having your improved module part of the standard
Why isn't the cheeseshop - http://cheeseshop.python.org/pypi - the
appropriate place for results of your undertaking, as it is foe the results
of every other Python application developer.
Or is the substance of your response simply that I am in discussion with the
Phone Company, have been put on hold, and am wasting my time in attempting
to have a discussion on the merits.
Are you an appointed or self-appointed redactor of all that is Turtle in the
world of Python?
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