[Twisted-Python] Re: [Twisted-commits] added docs

Jonathan M. Lange jml at mumak.net
Fri Oct 11 00:49:05 EDT 2002

On Wed, Oct 09, 2002 at 05:33:29PM -0700, Brian Warner wrote:
> I'm trying to imagine a more "from the ground up" route to learning 
> Twisted, and intend to write more docs along that path. 
> If you see something in twisted that you want to use but haven't figured out
> how, let me know so I can add it to the list of stuff to look at.

I've got a few suggestions, but they are more brain-storming ideas than
well thought out requests...

I really wouldn't mind seeing some docs about twisted.python.
I think that something describing the common patterns in twisted would
help a lot with someone who was learning from the ground up.

It would also make some of the existing example code (and maybe Woven?)
clearer. (e.g. The plugins doc has code that uses __implements__)

Also, do there need to be any end-developer docs for coil?

While I'm making wishes, a guided tour of a single, mildly complex
twisted application would be really nice. 


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