The Python Papers Edition One
lukasz.langa at gmail.com
Sun Nov 26 23:21:26 CET 2006
> Tennessee Leeuwenburg wrote:
>> If anyone has any good ideas for how to cope as a publisher with these
>> difficulties, I'm all ears.
> has any of the format zealots posting to this thread actually
> volunteered to produce any material for your publication? if not, I
> suggest ignoring them. any bozo with a keyboard can contribute stop
> energy to a project, but at the end, it's always the people *doing*
> things that matters.
The Python Papers look very, very promising! I'm looking forward to
reading next editions. Don't let whiners slow you down. PDF is a good
choice, I personally like to print out longer things I read. IANAL, so I
won't speak for or against CC licenses. They're used widely nowadays for
a variety of applications (music, art, software, publications) so it
seems they're doing their job.
Keep up the good work!
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