[Pharo-dev] XPath chapter...
kilon.alios at gmail.com
Wed Oct 11 16:43:01 EDT 2017
Dont worry Stef you are not alone, I may no longer use Pharo as much I used
to but I will keep stalking you :D
So I have not quit from adding to the pharo documentation. You can at least
expect some video tutorials, minor updated to PBE and minor updates to
Of course I agree we need more people on this, if every pharo users jusr
dedicated 10 minutes per day on documentations we would have a mind blowing
documentation in quality and quanity.
10 minutes is all it takes to update a page of documentation , 100 people,
100 pages per day. 36.500 pages per year and our documentation needing
updating is not nowhere near this number
10 minutes to write 100 words of documentation (average writting speed is
40 WPM but I dropped this down to 10 WPM to include research, testing,
taking pictures , general foramt etc) , thats about 1/3rd of a page . 100
people. 30 pages per day. 10.950 pages per year. so that means with just
100 people contributing 10 minutes of their time per day we could release
around 20 NEW books per year !!!!
I am sure Pharo has more than 100 users ;)
On Wed, Oct 11, 2017 at 9:13 AM monty <monty2 at programmer.net> wrote:
> Great effort. The guide is concise and beginner friendly. I emailed you a
> git commit patch you can apply with `git am` (I don't use github) that
> fixes some things and expands on others.
> And for the record, I'm not "Monty Kamath" and I don't know him.
> > Sent: Sunday, September 24, 2017 at 1:03 PM
> > From: "Stephane Ducasse" <stepharo.self at gmail.com>
> > To: "Pharo Development List" <pharo-dev at lists.pharo.org>
> > Subject: [Pharo-dev] XPath chapter...
> > Hi
> > I'm fully convinced that we can have the best language if we do not
> > let people find their way super easily to do what they want to do we
> > will fail.
> > Documentation is KEY and I feel a bit alone.
> > Since I always wanted to learn XPath I started to write a chapter on
> > XPath. I hope that I did not write too many mistakes.
> > Pull requests are welcome here
> > https://github.com/SquareBracketAssociates/Booklet-Scraping
> > I would love to have one booklet on SAX and DOM handling.
> > Stef
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