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From: Kendall Grant Clark <kendall@mo...> - 2002-10-25 19:59:50
[resent: apparently lists.sf.net != lists.sourceforget.net; my apologies
if anyone gets this twice.]
>>>>> "ian" == Ian Bicking <ianb@...> writes:
ian> The Webware documentation isn't in very good shape, as it hasn't
ian> been actively updated in a while.
Ah, Ian gives me the opening I've been looking for...
I've recently become the managing editor of Py, the Python print journal
(pyzine.com for subscription and other info). We're looking for authors to
write articles about Python, and I'm using the opportunity to promote some
of my favorite Python projects, including web frameworks like Webware and
Webware's biggest problem is the lack of good documentation, so I'm happy
to see some interest turning in that direction. While Py isn't yet able to
pay authors, I hope that adding Python publishing credits to your CV, and
adding to the Python community, is payment enough.
If you have an idea for a Webware (or other Python) article, please email
me off-list. I'm interested in publishing both introductions (or
tutorials) to Webware itself, as well as pieces which explain some
subsystem of Webware (UserKit, FunFormKit, MiddleKit, PSP, Cheetah, etc.)
or describe the implementation of a non-trivial site or web app using
There's no such thing as magic, only science and jazz.