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Hello!

It seems like Python blogs are gaining popularity. It seems to me that
they play a crucial role in promoting Python as a language.
Do you agree with that?

Just a few days ago I've finished setting up a dedicated Python
blogging environment at:
http://www.pythonblogs.com
Do you think it will be useful for Python community?
By the way, everyone is welcome to join.

Sincerely yours,
~pyblog
Jun 27 '08 #1
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On Jun 2, 2:49*pm, pythonbl...@gmail.com wrote:
It seems like Python blogs are gaining popularity. It seems to me that
they play a crucial role in promoting Python as a language.
Neat! Do blogs on your site have to be about Python programming, or
can people blog about anything?
Jun 27 '08 #2

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On Jun 2, 4:14*pm, miller.pau...@gmail.com wrote:
On Jun 2, 2:49*pm, pythonbl...@gmail.com wrote:
It seems like Python blogs are gaining popularity. It seems to me that
they play a crucial role in promoting Python as a language.

Neat! *Do blogs on your site have to be about Python programming, or
can people blog about anything?

I personally like Doug Hellman's Python Module of the Week posts. The
people over at Planet TurboGears are usually interesting too.

http://blog.doughellmann.com/
http://planet.turbogears.org/

Other than those though, I haven't really seen much that's updated
regularly.

Mike
Jun 27 '08 #3

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On Jun 2, 2:14 pm, miller.pau...@gmail.com wrote:
On Jun 2, 2:49 pm, pythonbl...@gmail.com wrote:
http://www.pythonblogs.com
It seems like Python blogs are gaining popularity. It seems to me that
they play a crucial role in promoting Python as a language.

Neat! Do blogs on your site have to be about Python programming, or
can people blog about anything?
Sure, feel free to blog about anything. However, it is assumed that
Python will also be one of your topics :)

~pyblog
Jun 27 '08 #4

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On Jun 2, 1:49 pm, pythonbl...@gmail.com wrote:
Hello!

It seems like Python blogs are gaining popularity. It seems to me that
they play a crucial role in promoting Python as a language.
Do you agree with that?

Just a few days ago I've finished setting up a dedicated Python
blogging environment at:http://www.pythonblogs.com
Do you think it will be useful for Python community?
By the way, everyone is welcome to join.
Thanks very much, but the extension says it's written in PHP!
>
Sincerely yours,
~pyblog
Jun 27 '08 #5

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On Jun 3, 8:43 am, Benjamin <musiccomposit...@gmail.comwrote:
On Jun 2, 1:49 pm, pythonbl...@gmail.com wrote:
Hello!
It seems like Python blogs are gaining popularity. It seems to me that
they play a crucial role in promoting Python as a language.
Do you agree with that?
Just a few days ago I've finished setting up a dedicated Python
blogging environment at:http://www.pythonblogs.com
Do you think it will be useful for Python community?
By the way, everyone is welcome to join.

Thanks very much, but the extension says it's written in PHP!
Sincerely yours,
~pyblog
A separate place for python blog - the idea is good. I also think that
python blog will help python to be more popular.
You can also take a look at my blog: http://love-python.blogspot.com/
and suggest me how to make it better.

regards,
Subeen.
Jun 27 '08 #6

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On Jun 2, 7:43 pm, Benjamin <musiccomposit...@gmail.comwrote:
On Jun 2, 1:49 pm, pythonbl...@gmail.com wrote:
Hello!
It seems likePythonblogsare gaining popularity. It seems to me that
they play a crucial role in promotingPythonas a language.
Do you agree with that?
Just a few days ago I've finished setting up a dedicatedPython
blogging environment at:http://www.pythonblogs.com
Do you think it will be useful forPythoncommunity?
By the way, everyone is welcome to join.

Thanks very much, but the extension says it's written in PHP!
Sure, python-coded Python blogging platform would be great. But I do
not aware of such system which allows multi user/ multi blog with a
separate domains for each blog. Besides I've have experience in
tweaking this particular system.

~pyblog
Jun 27 '08 #7

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