Thursday, January 11, 2007

Submit your Quotes

Volume Two of The Python Papers is on its way, and it would be great to get some more words from the community in there. Submit your own quotes to submissions@pythonpapers.org to get a brief comment included in our next publication. Please include any attribution information you wish...

Let's get the ball rolling:

"Python? I switched and never looked back." -- Tennessee Leeuwenburg

Submissions taken until Jan 23rd, so get 'em in fast!

Cheers,
-T
(Editor-In-Chief)

Monday, January 8, 2007

Submission Deadline Imminent

To those who have submitted content for The Python Papers, we salute you. To the rest, we will be accepting zero-hour submissions up until the time of publication. However, the closer the deadline gets, the less likely it is that submissions will be processed in time. Submissions may be kept for the next edition, however.

This edition will also be aimed to complement the upcoming PyCon 2007. As we offer peer-review for academic publications, we hope to offer an opportunity to participants who might regard this as an advantage.

We would still like to hear from anyone participating in any Python User's Group to be a spokesperson. We will feature a series of articles covering PUGs from around the world, and it would be fantastic to show people just how diverse, wide-ranging and interesting the Python community really is.

Cheers,
-T
(Editor-In-Chief)

Saturday, January 6, 2007

Python 411 Interview

The Python Papers is proud to have been part of a collaboration with Python 411. A new podcast is up at http://awaretek.com/python/index.html for your listening pleasure!

This blog post will shortly be amended to include more information, but for the time being this is just a short news alert...

All the best,
-T
(Editor-In-Chief)