Linux Journal Python supplement

Linux Journal Python supplement

Post by John Scudde » Fri, 28 Apr 2000 04:00:00




> I've seen no discussion of the Python supplement included with this
> month's Linux journal, either in comp.lang.python or in any of the
> Linux groups.  What did people think of it?

> --
> A.M. Kuchling                   http://starship.python.net/crew/amk/
> Thank you for letting me borrow your objects.
>     -- Ute Lemper in concert, March 13, 1997

Mine just arrived today and I haven't had a chance to look at it.   I am
sure other people are in the same situation.

John

 
 
 

Linux Journal Python supplement

Post by A.M. Kuchli » Sat, 29 Apr 2000 04:00:00


I've seen no discussion of the Python supplement included with this
month's Linux journal, either in comp.lang.python or in any of the
Linux groups.  What did people think of it?

--
A.M. Kuchling                   http://starship.python.net/crew/amk/
Thank you for letting me borrow your objects.
    -- Ute Lemper in concert, March 13, 1997

 
 
 

Linux Journal Python supplement

Post by Albert Hopki » Sat, 29 Apr 2000 04:00:00



Quote:>I've seen no discussion of the Python supplement included with this
>month's Linux journal, either in comp.lang.python or in any of the
>Linux groups.  What did people think of it?

Well, I haven't really looked at it yet, but I know a lot of non Linux/Python
people commented about the cover, which I was rather ashamed of.

--
                                                     Albert Hopkins
                                             Sr. Systems Specialist
                                                      Dynacare Inc.

 
 
 

Linux Journal Python supplement

Post by John Scudde » Sat, 29 Apr 2000 04:00:00


Yes, I thought that was a little unusual for Linux Journal...
In keeping with the general Monty Python theme..the cover is from the 70's TV
series opening where a similarly attired Michael Palin said " It's...."  and
then the Monty Python theme started.


> >I've seen no discussion of the Python supplement included with this
> >month's Linux journal, either in comp.lang.python or in any of the
> >Linux groups.  What did people think of it?

> Well, I haven't really looked at it yet, but I know a lot of non Linux/Python
> people commented about the cover, which I was rather ashamed of.

> --
>                                                      Albert Hopkins
>                                              Sr. Systems Specialist
>                                                       Dynacare Inc.


 
 
 

Linux Journal Python supplement

Post by Sean Johnso » Sun, 30 Apr 2000 04:00:00


You have to be kidding. What was there to be ashamed of? I thought the
cover was hilarious, and it made me glad that I continue to support
Linux Journal by maintaining my subscription. Getting that issue in the
little plastic wrap put a little chuckle in my otherwise mundane day.
I'm amazed that some feel that levity needs to be razed from the planet.

Sean


> Well, I haven't really looked at it yet, but I know a lot of non Linux/Python
> people commented about the cover, which I was rather ashamed of.

 
 
 

Linux Journal Python supplement

Post by Michael Pow » Sun, 30 Apr 2000 04:00:00


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    A> any of the Linux groups.  What did people think of it?

Yet another interminable article by Eric Raymond.  It seems there is
no topic in the known technological universe on which he is not
qualified to bore us.

mp

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Linux Journal Python supplement

Post by Allen Ashl » Mon, 01 May 2000 04:00:00



>Yes, I thought that was a little unusual for Linux Journal...
>In keeping with the general Monty Python theme..the cover is from the 70's TV
>series opening where a similarly attired Michael Palin said " It's...."  and
>then the Monty Python theme started.

My recollection is the piano player was Terry Jones.
 
 
 

Linux Journal Python supplement

Post by John Scudde » Mon, 01 May 2000 04:00:00




> >Yes, I thought that was a little unusual for Linux Journal...
> >In keeping with the general Monty Python theme..the cover is from the 70's TV
> >series opening where a similarly attired Michael Palin said " It's...."  and
> >then the Monty Python theme started.

> My recollection is the piano player was Terry Jones.

You're correct...the segment I was thinking of was a bearded, smoldering  Palin
saying "It's..." right after being blown up.
 
 
 

Linux Journal Python supplement

Post by Graham N Hay » Wed, 03 May 2000 04:00:00




> >Yes, I thought that was a little unusual for Linux Journal...
> >In keeping with the general Monty Python theme..the cover is from the 70's TV
> >series opening where a similarly attired Michael Palin said " It's...."  and
> >then the Monty Python theme started.

> My recollection is the piano player was Terry Jones.

Your both correct IIRC.

Palin said the "it's" and jones was on the piano.

 
 
 

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