[Ilugc] [OT] Python 2.4 Released - Can we have a PUGC please?
kums at gmx.net
Wed Dec 1 00:53:46 IST 2004
> There are a lot of good free docs on Python. You don't need a book.
Yes, I do have all these free docs/pdf books[Sridhar ;-)].
But like me there are many others who can't read much on screen alone.
Printed Books are really comfortable to the eyes.
> If you need someone to teach you Python, you need serious help. ;-)
Knee-jerk-reaction or you are plain kidding :-)) . I am not an
expert pythonista. But I am not entirely new to python too.
When I talk about getting python in IT training centers I am
implying some means of popularising python and making it available
as an option for developers. "Serious help"..ok, so be it. Not
everybody can grasp everything they read. Sharing practical
experiences is definitely helpful.
> Sorry, I have little time for that. I started ILUGC. That is
> headache for one person for one lifetime. ;-) IZPUG is a good place
> post for starters. Atleast its the one place where a few Indian
> Python users I know of were subscribed. Admittedly almost all
> questions there are Zope centric. But users make a mailing list not
> vice-versa. Forking the list will make us end up with 2 inactive
I understand your problem. Though it's been a headache for you,
I very much appreciate your ILUGC efforts and want to thank you
for that :-) though frankly I am not yet committed to Linux.
Is anybody out there who has the time, resources(Bandwidth) etc.
to start a Python User Group on the lines of ILUGC. I promise to
help in every possible way I can.
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