publicó mensaje: I clicked on 'dpaste'...found the page, but my problem is, How do I copy the code I typed into Python and paste it in dpaste, then send it here?
publicó mensaje: I clicked on 'dpaste'...found the page, but my problem is, How do I copy the code I typed into Python and paste it in dpaste, then send it here?
publicó mensaje: Just read that Steve Jobs has passed away. Really admired how he pursued his vision. RIP.
publicó mensaje: Just read that Steve Jobs has passed away. Really admired how he pursued his vision. RIP.
publicó mensaje: Thanks Brylie for going the extra mile. Your suggestions helped a lot. I know you (P2PU) didn't write the course, ... maybe you should.
publicó mensaje: Thanks Brylie for going the extra mile. Your suggestions helped a lot. I know you (P2PU) didn't write the course, ... maybe you should.
publicó mensaje: In "Learn Python the Hard Way" I tried to follow the instructions on downloading Python. What is this: •Gzipped source tar ball (2.7.2) (sig) •Bzipped source tar ball (2.7.2) (sig) •XZ source tar ball (2.7.2) (sig) •Windows x86 MSI Installer (2.7.2) (sig) •Windows x86 MSI program database (2.7.2) (sig) •Windows X86-64 MSI Installer (2.7.2) [1] (sig) •Windows X86-64 program database (2.7.2) [1] (sig) •Mac OS X 64-bit/32-bit x86-64/i386 Installer (2.7.2) for Mac OS X 10.6 and 10.7 [2] (sig). [You may need an updated Tcl/Tk install to run IDLE or use Tkinter, see note 2 for instructions.] •Mac OS X 32-bit i386/PPC Installer (2.7.2) for Mac OS X 10.3 through 10.6 [2] (sig).
publicó mensaje: I went to a Python tutorial site, read this: "It helps to have a Python interpreter handy for hands-on experience..." Obviously, there is a huge gap between the programmers world and that of the rest of us. Why write a tutorial if you need someone else to interpret it for you? Do you see a pattern here? Very frustrating...
publicó mensaje: WHERE IS THE POST COMMENT BUTTON?! I'm not blind! I am logged in. I have gone to ALL the various links and pages with P2PU..... I find NO "Post Comment" button on any of them, much less the Task page, where it belongs. Has anyone in Development tried accessing P2PU from the point of view of a novice? And why doesn't the writing show on the button next to the Cancel button?
publicó mensaje: My screen looks like this: Top right is a Google Search box. Top left shows P2PU beta with tabs for Learn People Schools Blog Help, then on the right My P2PU Next line shows: Home > Dashboard Next is a snippet about me, then a Welcome to P2PU box, the left margin of the screen has an orange "feedback" tab that contacts Organizers. Below Welcome is this box I'm typing in now. I NEED TO SEE THESE BUTTONS: Tasks Reply right next to each other....wandering around the various pages is not conducive to finding answers or solutions.
publicó mensaje: I am using the text guidelines from "Learn Python the Hard Way", came to an immediate wall and then came here, signed up, and met a new wall. How do I get feed back? How do I reply to Tasks? I think this site needs some refinement in the layout...but I do look forward to learning and interaction. :)