Python .ico

Byron DesertLinux at netscape.net
Thu Jul 22 01:24:07 CEST 2004


Have an icon that you would like to share?

I agree, Python is an excellent language.  I just wish that more 
companies would give it a more serious look.

Probably, the main source of resistance is the fact that the makers of 
Python do not provide a free, RAD (Rapid Application Development) tool 
that allows users to quickly and easily build GUIs visually, such as 
Java's Netbeans (www.netbeans.org) or Microsoft's Visual Basic.  Most 
programmers like an easy-to-use RAD that allows users to quickly and 
easily develop GUI applications.  Unfortunately, until Python is able to 
strongly complete in this area, most companies will continue to believe 
that Python is mostly a cute, somewhat enabled scripting tool.

Byron
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Michael Scarlett wrote:
> I was just thinking that we should get a new icon for Python. Its such
> an amzing effective language, and I know it sounds silly, but I can't
> help but think that one of the reasons it hasn't surpassed JAVA or at
> least taken more seriouly than it is now - is because of the dorky
> looking .py icon.
> We need a icon that reflects python. Robust, flexible and Effective.
> Something that says "we get the job done right and the code is tight".
> Eat that!!
> 
> 
> Anybody else think GVR and the PSF should put that in the next
> release? I know it sounds silly. but I'm kinda tired of Python being
> taken too lightly. Python rules. applications like ZOPE, Mailman and
> BitTorrent are proving that. Let's step it up a notch any how we can.
> 
> ---BitShadow



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