An excellent idea Thorsten.
If I can think of a contribution I can make I will do so.  Though I use
pl I would NOT say I was sufficiently expert to tell others how to do
so!

Thanks

Mark

On Thu, 2012-07-19 at 17:10 +0200, Thorsten Jolitz wrote:
> Hi List,
> 
> I'm on my way to publish (in cooperation with Alex) a 'PicoLisp Bible'
> with (almost) everything written about PicoLisp collected and organized
> in one single book. I will be the editor (and author of a few articles
> from the wiki), most of the articles will be (of course) from Alex, but
> e.g. Henrik gave the permission to include his tutorial series on
> ProDevTips too. 
> 
> Every article will be published under the name of its author, I'm only
> the editor who merges everything together. It should be more or less a
> non-profit project, the (likely) costs will be paid for by me, the
> (unlikely) profits will reimburse me for all the work to put the book
> together. 
> 
> So, if you have anything PicoLisp related in your mind you always wanted
> to write an article or essay about - now would be the perfect time.
> Maybe you have written a library and want for explain its use, or you
> can describe an interesting practical use case, or maybe your IDE/Editor
> setup for PicoLisp. There are so many interesting aspects about PicoLisp
> that would be worth to document. 
> 
> The idea is that you write your articles in the 'articles and essays'
> section of the PicoLisp wiki, from where it is easy to download them as
> tex files (to be merged into the book). 
> 
> So this is a CALL FOR PAPERS for the 'PicoLisp Bible', the deadline would
> be (more or less) the 1st of September, please let me (us) know if you
> are interested and planning to contribute something. 
> 
> -- 
> cheers,
> Thorsten
> 
> 


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