Python Paterns

Dinu C. Gherman gherman at my-deja.com
Tue Jun 15 16:23:08 CEST 1999


jblake at eskimo.com (Jonathon) posted the following about
a week ago:

> Subject: Python Paterns
> Date: 9 Jun 1999 23:35:22 GMT
> From: jblake at eskimo.com (Jonathon)
> Organization: Pi Psi
> Newsgroups: comp.lang.python
>
>
> Searching Python.org, I didn't come across
> anything _recent_ about
> patterns in Python.  Did that SIG die, get swallowed up
> or did I miss their home?
>
> The only documentation I could find was
> http://starship.python.net/crew/gandalf/DNET/classes/index.html
> which was for Python 1.4 on an NT machine, last updated in
> 1997 and a paper given at the sixth conference on Python.


I tried to reply to this before using Deja.com, but somehow
Deja.com was unable to locate this posting... Let me try again.

Well, I guess the question can be answered like this: the SIG
died as you correctly noticed, the reasons being a lack of
contributions as well as an ill-defined (or at least vague)
purpose of the SIG itself.

Occasionally, there are pattern-related postings to c.l.p.
but it's rather hard to locate them later, especially if
the authors mis-spell crucial words inside... ;-)

Cheers,

Dinu

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