[BlueBream] Helping with the 2-part tutorial
Justin A Ryan
jryan at fastergreener.net
Mon Apr 26 01:51:43 EDT 2010
On IRC today someone [astoon] told me that the 2-part tutorial for BlueBream
is a core z3/ztk tutorial. I would like to help with some concerns I ran
into with this tutorial, as I am building a PBX / VoIP SoftSwitch IaaS
Manager this weekend / coming week.
For instance, the tutorial pasters out a 'ticketcollector' package with 'tc'
namespace and default 'main' packagename, then pretty much goes on to work
with code in src/tc/collector. From the zipped demo it is clear, but there
are clearly holes in the tutorial. As I feel I can see what is missing, of
course, I'm very happy to help.
I talked with Baiju as well and just wanted to say hello on the ML and note
that I am also happy to help with wiki gardening and proofreading / editing.
I hope noone is foolish enough to feel this is really bragging, but I
co-authored a variation of the best-selling "Linux for Dummies" when I
worked for TurboLinux. I also worked on some Linux Admin courses and in
high school worked from Texas with a buddy in SV on a Linux Guide. So,
while poorly compensated, I have some professional technical writing
experience. I find, in fact, the BlueBream [Zope?] document on writing to
be very relevant and informed and helpful as I've taken several English Comp
courses in past years and been unstimulated. Creative Writing I believe is
explicitly inapplicable to the style the multilingual Zope community
All the [then] IDG folks told me was to read Windows for Dummies and AOL for
Dummies and take screenshots to show how TL was different from Red Hat circa
In best possible spirit,
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