Hello all,<br><br>As we have discussed, suggestions that Byte of Python should be converted to a wiki garnered enthusiastic responses. I've finished converting the book to the wiki and is available at <a href="http://swaroopch.info/text/Byte_of_Python:Main_Page">
http://swaroopch.info/text/Byte_of_Python:Main_Page</a> .<br><br>There are some Todos I've sprinkled across the book which I will be working on in the coming weeks. Few readers have taken the trouble in pointing out how to export a book from the wiki as well. Once I can work on the todos, I'll announce a downloadable version and make the wiki public as well. Currently, the wiki is known only to the readers of this mailing list.
<br><br>A good advantage of the wiki is that my turn-around time to suggestions from readers have improved. For example, a user pointed out that ESR is *not* the one who coined the term 'open source' and I corrected it on the wikibook within 2 minutes.
<br><br>If you want to add/remove/improve any text in the book, please feel free to register as a user on the wiki and start editing. However, if you only want to read the book, there is no need to register.<br><br>Help about how to use the MediaWiki is available at
<a href="http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Help:Contents">http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Help:Contents</a> .<br><br clear="all"><br>Thanks,<br>-- <br>Swaroop C H<br><a href="http://www.swaroopch.info">www.swaroopch.info</a>