[Tutor] Providing Solutions for all the Common Questions
dextrous85 at gmail.com
Tue Oct 21 17:37:34 CEST 2008
That seems to be nice idea.
we can look into mailing archives and pick problems from there.
Congratulations and thanks for nice initiative.
keep the good work
On Tue, Oct 21, 2008 at 10:06 AM, Calvin Spealman <ironfroggy at gmail.com>wrote:
> There was a discussion in the #python channel over at freenode about the
> common questions we seem to field daily. These often revolve around problems
> a lot of people need solutions for, and for which we have specific answers
> to we always give. A lot of times this leads to teeth grinding as we try to
> convince people about our advice. Why else are they asking if they then
> argue with the answers they get? This takes a lot of time and energy, so a
> number of us are starting a project to produce tutorials, guides,
> and explanations to back up a lot of these solutions.
> For example, a lot of people look to write an irc bot when they learn
> Python, and often they either plan or are suggested to use Twisted. A
> tutorial specifically for this need is being written.
> We've decided to come here to organize this, as it seems to fit.
> So there are some organizational issues to approach. I thought AppEngine
> would be a good place to host everything, so I've already registered
> pythonguides.appspot.com and plan to throw up a basic Wiki to start. Going
> forward there are some things I want to implement there to support our
> specific needs. For now, its just a free host.
> One other initial need is to collect the problems we need to provide our
> solutions for. So, what do we people ask over and over?
> Read my blog! I depend on your acceptance of my opinion! I am interesting!
> Follow me if you're into that sort of thing:
> Tutor maillist - Tutor at python.org
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