FWIW, my next step was to work with the movie example file, which worked
perfectly and was a much, much better "getting started" intro. You could do
worse than to build a new tutorial/getting started from this example.
Dataset is way more fun, too -- a quality that should never be
underestimated in a tutorial.
On Fri, Sep 16, 2016 at 8:34 PM, Chris Hostetter <hossman_luc...@fucit.org>
> : I apologize if this is a really stupid question. I followed all
> It's not a stupid question, the tutorial is completley broken -- and for
> that matter, in my opinion, the data_driven_schema_configs used by that
> tutorial (and recommended for new users) are largely useless for the same
> underlying reason...
> Thank you very much for asking about this - hopefully the folks who
> understand this more (and don't share my opinion that the entire concept
> of data_driven schemas are a terrible idea) can chime in and explain WTF
> is going on here)
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