Python Cookbook: last call for recipes for printed version

Robin Becker robin at jessikat.fsnet.co.uk
Sat Oct 13 10:25:48 CEST 2001


In article <a05ac97c.0110121648.69e6df41 at posting.google.com>, Laura
Lewin <LLewin at oreilly.com> writes
>Hi,
>There were some early press releases when we announced the Cookbook
>that described the co-publishing arrangement between ActiveState and
>O'Reilly.  Here's a link to an ORA dispatch from Python 9 that
>introduced the Cookbook:
>
>http://python.oreilly.com/news/pythonday2_0301.html
>
>Also, as Alex points out, David clearly states on the site that the
>"partnership between ActiveState and O&#8217;Reilly provides the
>resources necessary to help bring this book to life. Furthermore,
>O'Reilly plans to publish a selection of the recipes in a paper
>volume." In addition, when you actually submit a recipe, you are
>brought directly to a page with a letter from me talking about
>publishing rights and O'Reilly's plans.
>
>Let me know if you have any questions, and please do contribute--we
>have plenty of room for more recipes but time is running out.
>
>Laura
>LLewin at oreilly.com
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>
>bobh at hslda.org (Robert) wrote in message 
>
.....
seems there are only 7 editors' choice recipes, so is that really enough
for a cookbook?
-- 
Robin Becker



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