[Python-authors] you should write for Python Magazine
matt at tplus1.com
Sun Sep 6 17:05:27 CEST 2009
Got an idea for an article. Am curious if it fits with your topic calendar.
Lately I've been studying how several template languages (jinja2,
mako, etc) work. I'm thinking about an article that walks through the
implementation of a very simplified template language. The point
would be to show how the lexing, parsing and code generation parts all
work together, not to add another "real" templating system to the
I'm just in the daydreaming phase at this point and I welcome feedback
on this idea.
On Mon, Aug 17, 2009 at 2:13 PM, Brandon Craig
Rhodes<brandon.rhodes at pythonmagazine.com> wrote:
> Python authors!
> Have you ever thought about writing for Python Magazine?
> I'm working right now to put together the magazine's Autumn schedule,
> and still need more than a dozen more articles to deliver complete and
> feature-filled magazines to my readers' doorsteps each month.
> Think about where Python is positioned as we head into the last months
> of 2009, and what you think are the most interesting or important topics
> in Python today. What have you just learned about Python that you would
> like to share? What have you known for a long time that has proved
> really valuable over your last few months of work, that you wish was
> more widely known or appreciated?
> Feature articles in the magazine run around 4,000 words; what would you
> want to say in that amount of space if you had it? Send me your ideas,
> or questions about the magazine itself; if you've ever been interested
> in writing, and you might find yourself writing for us and becoming part
> of wrapping up an exciting year for Python and for the magazine!
> Brandon Craig Rhodes brandon at rhodesmill.org http://rhodesmill.org/brandon
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