Sunday, February 3, 2008

Call for papers for Volume 3, Issue 1

We would like to call for papers, articles, opinion pieces and feedback to include in Volume 3, Issue 1 of The Python Papers. It is our hope to capitalise further on the fantastic uptake of our last issue. We would love to receive articles on Python for beginners and discussions about Python performance. Any article will be gratefully received, of course, so do not let the above list of suggestions deter you from considering an article on another topic.

We also need volunteers from Python User Groups to include an article on the activities, members and geographical area of their local group.

Expressions of Interest Close: Monday, 18 February

Initial Draft Submission Deadline: Monday, 25 February
Editorial Process Concludes (i.e. Final Version Due): Monday, 10 March
PDF Release Date: Monday, 31 March (approximate)

If you are considering submitting an article, please let us know A.S.A.P., even if you are only thinking about it. This will allow us to post email reminders of important dates to prospective authors, as well as giving us an indication of content.

If you are unable to submit an article according to the schedule above, please let us know of your interest anyway, and we will involve you in the publication cycle for the following edition.

Contact us at

-Tennessee Leeuwenburg
Editor In Chief, The Python Papers

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