[Edu-sig] edu-sig page is orphaned?
kirby.urner at gmail.com
Fri Oct 31 14:51:46 CET 2008
I am largely responsible for the page as it currently exists, in terms
of content, but threw that together a long time ago by now, around the
time the site went from cvs to svn, and before the face lift wherein
the new twin-snake logo was phased in.
Since that time, I've suggested we work out a new management setup,
but only in my capacity as one more edu-sig subscriber (I've never
been the listowner here, albiet I've been one of the most prolific
posters to date).
I would also encourage web savvy educators to do their own edu-sig
type pages, having Python as a focus if that's their area of expertise
i.e. one way to promote change at Python.org would be to not wait,
demo your dream web page in another domain, give the community more
templates to choose from, in terms of where to take it next.
Walking my own talk, I co-sponsor an Oregon Curriculum Network site
with a "cp4e" page ( http://www.4dsolutions.net/ocn/cp4e.html -- not
just about Python, but mostly is).
On Fri, Oct 31, 2008 at 6:20 AM, Jurgis Pralgauskis <jurgis at akl.lt> wrote:
> in Resources PyBiblio link leads to Error 404
> IDLE "page" looks also strange (though I understand it doesnt have
> direct dependence from edusig page)
> Software Carpentry leads to old page (as I know http://swc.scipy.org/
> is quite newer)
> PyGeo link is also error 404 http://pw1.netcom.com/~ajs/
> in the editors section PyScripter is a must (it is the best opensource
> pyeditor I know on windows for intermediate students)
> - PyScripter http://wiki.python.org/moin/PyScripter
> - Crunchy http://crunchy.sourceforge.net/ is very nice project
> For more fun programming (somewhere close to PyGame):
> - PyGlet http://www.pyglet.org/
> - MakeBot (http://mail.python.org/pipermail/edu-sig/2008-October/008808.html
> - no mention of Turtle, why?!!
> now should be ;)
> and alongside I know a book, thtat uses turtle a lot
> edusig mailinglist addres could be at the top, as this is main spot of
> activity :)
> I hope, that smb, that is responsible for edu-sig page,
> could quite easily integrate (some of) these proposals :)
> Jurgis Pralgauskis
> Don't worry, be happy and make things better ;)
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