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Hi!

just wanted to send a notice about a new portal/group for Slovenian
Python fans here :)

http://soup.zen.si (btw, it's in slovene lang)

Sebastjan
May 13 '06 #1
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Sebastjan Trepca wrote:
Hi!

just wanted to send a notice about a new portal/group for Slovenian
Python fans here :)

http://soup.zen.si (btw, it's in slovene lang)
But why is SOUP (Slovenski Ortodoksni Uporabniki Pythona)
used as an acronym?

Or is SOUP a word in Slovene also?


Sebastjan


May 13 '06 #2

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