Tutorials

Joakim G. <>
Mon Feb 10 15:50:18 CET 2003


Eric Merritt wrote:
>>The problem may be that the majority of people on
>>this list don't
>>need any tutorials. 
> 
>   Perhaps you don't need them, but it still wouldn't
> hurt to suggest which ones are needed by others
> first/most etc.

Of course. I just tried to explain the low interest in voting
even though the tutorials are essential to new users.

> Greater familiarity with that langauge
> should make you better at this.
> 
>>Tutorials are more targeted on people not being
>>members of this
>>list.
>  
>  I wouldn't say that. Over the last few months there
> have been quite a few new users posting to the list.

It all depends on what you mean with "quite a few" I suppose. :-)

10? 100? 1000? 10000?

>>We need to stay aware of the fact that the need for
>>people on this
>>list and the need for the process aimed at extending
>>the Erlang user
>>base is not always the same thing. You obviously
>>knew this already.
>  
> No thats true but right now this is the only forum in
> which to get things started. The seeds may sprout else
> where but they are planted here.

Yes

/Jocke




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