Yet another Python textbook
kwpolska at gmail.com
Mon Nov 19 17:58:55 CET 2012
On Mon, Nov 19, 2012 at 6:30 AM, Pavel Solin <solin.pavel at gmail.com> wrote:
> I would like to introduce a new Python textbook
> aimed at high school students:
> The textbook is open source and its public Git
> repository is located at Github:
> git at github.com:femhub/nclab-textbook-python.git
URL for humans: https://github.com/femhub/nclab-textbook-python
> Feedback and contributions are very much
> welcome, every contributor becomes automatically
> a co-author.
> Best regards,
You are writing it for something called “NCLab”, not for the general
public, and that sucks.
1. please use math-compatible fonts in LaTeX, like Computer Modern,
Latin Modern, Lucida Bright or MathTime (I suggest one of the first
two). This way, stuff in the math environment won’t look differently
than the text. Currently, your text is in a fancy font and maths are
in Computer Modern.
2. IMO, you should be doing a bit more general usage programming, not
3. Code highlighting for inline code and other languages, please.
This are just my basic thoughts from looking through it.
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