The Python Papers Monograph Series (TPPM): Call for Proposals
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The editorial committee of The Python Papers (ISSN 1834-3147) calls for
proposals for The Python Papers Monograph Series.
Potential authors should contact the editors at editor at pythonpapers.org
at an early stage of preparation.
We await your indications of interests.
Associate Editor, The Python Papers
What is The Python Papers Monograph Series?
The Python Papers Monograph Series (ISSN under application) is a
sub-publication of The Python Papers (ISSN 1834-3147). This monograph
series provides a refereed format for publication of monograph-length
reports including dissertations, conference proceedings, case studies,
advanced-level lectures, and similar material of theoretical or
empirical importance. It does so quickly, informally and at a high
level, where the Python programming language is an integral aspect.
In some cases, the timeliness of a manuscript is more important than its
form, which may be unfinished or unpolished. Hence, it is possible that
proofs may be outlined with an intention to publish elsewhere at a later
Refereeing is done by members of the The Python Papers' editorial board
and other authorities in the topic concerned and may be acknowledged in
name in the published form. Scientific quality is the over-riding
criterion for refereeing.
Suggestions for publication, in the form of outlines and representative
samples, are invited by the editorial board for assessment. Potential
authors should contact the editors at editor at pythonpapers.org.
Publication in this monograph series is intended as a service to the
Python users and scientific community at large. Work in this series is
licensed under the Creative Commons 2.5 license subject to Attribution,
Non-Commercial and Share-Alike conditions. The full legal code may be
found at http://creativecommons.org/licenses/byncsa/2.1/au/. Once
published and copyrighted, they can be documented and discussed in the
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