On a side note, how about also including a PDF version (if possible) for
us developers who are busy hacking away at source and don't have time to
convert it ourselves... ;]


On Thu, 12 Oct 2000 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

> Just out of curiosity, how often do you update the book (i.e., the version on
> the web)?  Or, put another way, how long should we consider that catching a typo
> or split infinitive will have already been brought to your attention but hadn't
> yet made it to the web site?  
> If you update on a continuous basis, then my question is moot.  However, if you
> update on a periodic basis, could you drop me (or this list group) a note to
> indicate that the next version is available for our hungry eyes?
> Just a suggestions...
> Ron
>  ./.
> > Just thought we'd mention that we have gotten lots of great comments on
> > the Zope book so far, especially in the last week or so.  You're all
> > helping make it a better book and ensuring Zope's future.  if you've
> > felt in the past that you may not be technically proficient enough to
> > contribute to the technology of Zope, you can certainly contribute to
> > the documentation by catching our mistakes and making good observations
> > and asking good questions. It is really, really helping.  Keep it up,
> > cuz we're not done yet!
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