Tutorial/Review link to c.l.p
lac at strakt.com
Fri Feb 7 15:55:07 CET 2003
> Well, you know there are a lot of python tools around, and someone may
> to dig around to find the right one for himself/herself/itself.
> If one were to put up a page, lets say describing/reviewing gui
> toolkits, would it be a good idea to provide links from that page to
> users opinions on c.l.p(using google groups).
> Example, someone wants to find out about PyQt, then the page links him
> to a
> particular thread on c.l.p which discuses its merits and demerits and
> suitability for a task.
> Would that be a good idea? Is there something already like that? I
> havent seen something like that before, so is there a reason it would
> be impractical?
It is a good idea. The hard part is keeping it up to date, so
that people don't get, for instance, 'wxPython leaks memory like a seive'
when that problem was fixed years ago. There is a wiki on python.org
which would be a good place to put this when you are done. If you
are volunteering to do this, thank you very much.
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