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C Useful Python Resources

This appendix lists some useful resources for the intermediate-level Python programmer. The list does include a few tutorials, but these are either more in-depth than most beginner’s tutorials or they cover specific topic areas. Many of the links point to user support forums and mailing lists. Several of the resources were recommended by the Python “Tutor” mailing list community following a request for suggestions.

Asking Questions: Mailing Lists and More

Many Python mailing lists are available, covering a wide variety of topics and interest areas. The Python “Tutor” mailing list is specifically targeted at those learning Python and its standard library along with the fundamentals of programming. The main Python mailing list is a source of information about all aspects of Python, but is populated by a particularly Python-savvy team who may be less tolerant of poorly researched questions. You can find the official Python mailing lists at https://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo.

At the time of writing, almost 200 lists are available; however, many relate to special events such as conferences or local user groups. Nonetheless, many technical lists are available on the official site.

Many third-party packages also have their own mailing lists or web forums for support and maintenance. Examples include the wxPython GUI library and the Django web framework.

The gmane.org website and news server offers access to all the official mailing lists as well ...

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