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Python Learning Foundation

The newly rechristened Python Learning Foundation is a web site
dedicated to the assistance of people learning the Python programming
language. Features include:

1. Daily lists of new and recent Python-related web articles,
Sourceforge projects, and Vaults of Parnassus listings. These are
generated using Hans Nowak's Python web spider, mygale.py, and are
automatically updated each day. (You can visit Han's interesting blog
at <a href = "http://www.zephyrfalcon.org/weblog/">zephyrfalcon</a> )

2. Now, there are also daily postings of new and recent web articles,
Sourceforge projects and etcetera for four additional categories,
Zope, Jython, Tkinter, and wxPython, as well as historical listings of
web articles on these subjects. Other specific topics can be covered
regularly upon user request.

3. Links to 76 online tutorials about Python and Python related
subjects.

4. More than 28 reviews of books about Python.

There are many other topics and features covered in the web site, and,
of course, the best is yet to come.

Please visit the <a href = "http://www.awaretek.com/plf.html">Python
Learning Foundation</a>.
Jul 18 '05 #1
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>Subject: Python Learning Foundation
From: rs*******@vectron.com (Ron Stephens)
Date: 11/30/2003 7:40 PM Central Standard Time
Message-id: <a5**************************@posting.google.com >

The newly rechristened Python Learning Foundation is a web site
dedicated to the assistance of people learning the Python programming
language. Features include:

1. Daily lists of new and recent Python-related web articles,
Sourceforge projects, and Vaults of Parnassus listings. These are
generated using Hans Nowak's Python web spider, mygale.py, and are
automatically updated each day. (You can visit Han's interesting blog
at zephyrfalcon )

2. Now, there are also daily postings of new and recent web articles,
Sourceforge projects and etcetera for four additional categories,
Zope, Jython, Tkinter, and wxPython, as well as historical listings of
web articles on these subjects. Other specific topics can be covered
regularly upon user request.

3. Links to 76 online tutorials about Python and Python related
subjects.

4. More than 28 reviews of books about Python.

There are many other topics and features covered in the web site, and,
of course, the best is yet to come.

Please visit the Python
Learning Foundation.


Would a URL be too much to ask for?
--
Mensanator
Ace of Clubs
Jul 18 '05 #2
On 01 Dec 2003 03:19:07 GMT, me********@aol.compost (Mensanator) wrote:
Subject: Python Learning Foundation
From: rs*******@vectron.com (Ron Stephens)
Date: 11/30/2003 7:40 PM Central Standard Time
Message-id: <a5**************************@posting.google.com >

The newly rechristened Python Learning Foundation is a web site
dedicated to the assistance of people learning the Python programming
language. Features include:

1. Daily lists of new and recent Python-related web articles,
Sourceforge projects, and Vaults of Parnassus listings. These are
generated using Hans Nowak's Python web spider, mygale.py, and are
automatically updated each day. (You can visit Han's interesting blog
at zephyrfalcon ) On a plain text newsreader that last line was (changing '<' and '>' to '[' and ']' resp):

at [a href = "http://www.zephyrfalcon.org/weblog/"]zephyrfalcon[/a] )

2. Now, there are also daily postings of new and recent web articles,
Sourceforge projects and etcetera for four additional categories,
Zope, Jython, Tkinter, and wxPython, as well as historical listings of
web articles on these subjects. Other specific topics can be covered
regularly upon user request.

3. Links to 76 online tutorials about Python and Python related
subjects.

4. More than 28 reviews of books about Python.

There are many other topics and features covered in the web site, and,
of course, the best is yet to come.

Please visit the Python changing angle brackets to square brackets as above, that last line was:
Please visit the [a href = "http://www.awaretek.com/plf.html"]Python
Learning Foundation.


Would a URL be too much to ask for?

You can probably see it if you look at the source text of the post.
Your reader apparently interpreted the HTML (which shouldn't be posted
to the newsgroup anyway except as code examples, but OTOH your reader
will probably have problems showing you HTML code examples).

Regards,
Bengt Richter
Jul 18 '05 #3
Awesome ... right on time. Thank you very much!!!

Jeff

On 30 Nov 2003 17:40:54 -0800, rs*******@vectron.com (Ron Stephens) wrotf:
The newly rechristened Python Learning Foundation is a web site
dedicated to the assistance of people learning the Python programming
language. Features include:

1. Daily lists of new and recent Python-related web articles,
Sourceforge projects, and Vaults of Parnassus listings. These are
generated using Hans Nowak's Python web spider, mygale.py, and are
automatically updated each day. (You can visit Han's interesting blog
at <a href = "http://www.zephyrfalcon.org/weblog/">zephyrfalcon</a> )

2. Now, there are also daily postings of new and recent web articles,
Sourceforge projects and etcetera for four additional categories,
Zope, Jython, Tkinter, and wxPython, as well as historical listings of
web articles on these subjects. Other specific topics can be covered
regularly upon user request.

3. Links to 76 online tutorials about Python and Python related
subjects.

4. More than 28 reviews of books about Python.

There are many other topics and features covered in the web site, and,
of course, the best is yet to come.

Please visit the <a href = "http://www.awaretek.com/plf.html">Python
Learning Foundation</a>.


Jul 18 '05 #4
>Subject: Re: Python Learning Foundation
From: bo**@oz.net (Bengt Richter)
Date: 11/30/03 9:51 PM Central Standard Time
Message-id: <bq**********@216.39.172.122>

On 01 Dec 2003 03:19:07 GMT, me********@aol.compost (Mensanator) wrote:
Subject: Python Learning Foundation
From: rs*******@vectron.com (Ron Stephens)
Date: 11/30/2003 7:40 PM Central Standard Time
Message-id: <a5**************************@posting.google.com >

The newly rechristened Python Learning Foundation is a web site
dedicated to the assistance of people learning the Python programming
language. Features include:

1. Daily lists of new and recent Python-related web articles,
Sourceforge projects, and Vaults of Parnassus listings. These are
generated using Hans Nowak's Python web spider, mygale.py, and are
automatically updated each day. (You can visit Han's interesting blog
at zephyrfalcon )On a plain text newsreader that last line was (changing '<' and '>' to '['
and ']' resp):

at [a href = "http://www.zephyrfalcon.org/weblog/"]zephyrfalcon[/a] )

2. Now, there are also daily postings of new and recent web articles,
Sourceforge projects and etcetera for four additional categories,
Zope, Jython, Tkinter, and wxPython, as well as historical listings of
web articles on these subjects. Other specific topics can be covered
regularly upon user request.

3. Links to 76 online tutorials about Python and Python related
subjects.

4. More than 28 reviews of books about Python.

There are many other topics and features covered in the web site, and,
of course, the best is yet to come.

Please visit the Pythonchanging angle brackets to square brackets as above, that last line was:
Please visit the [a href = "http://www.awaretek.com/plf.html"]Python
Learning Foundation.
Would a URL be too much to ask for?

You can probably see it if you look at the source text of the post.
Your reader apparently interpreted the HTML (which shouldn't be posted
to the newsgroup anyway except as code examples, but OTOH your reader
will probably have problems showing you HTML code examples).


Thanks. My reader (AOL) will make an un-tagged URL, such as

http://www.awaretek.com/plf.html

into an active link. It makes no sense that it would interpret the tags
so that they disappear from view and yet not actually make the
enclosed text into a link. Bastards.

Regards,
Bengt Richter



--
Mensanator
Ace of Clubs
Jul 18 '05 #5
Oops, my apologies. As Mr. Richter pointed out, the url to Python
Learning Foundation is www.awaretek.com/plf.html and to Han's Nowak's
blog is www.zephyrfalcon.org/weblog/ .

I will try to be more careful in future posts.

Ron Stephens
Jul 18 '05 #6

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