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Yeah... your words sound like a style of education to me but useful
(really appreciate) . Of course I will take the stabs at writing pieces
of prototype and ask here for review. As currently I'm still on the way
to fully understand and practice with the powerful PLT scheme web
framework by means of building up my blog service , the quick follow up
in this topic is just a curious wonder and hope not offending the
underlying laws of this mailing list. I really want to contribute to
this great community and be able to help others in exchange to the huge
helps from here, but as you know my numb brain just tells me you should
dig in it before you give any output ,as emphasized by you. So thanks
anyway , I'll see what I would help in the future.<br>
<pre wrap="">On Sat, Dec 26, 2009 at 10:12 PM, Nevo <a class="moz-txt-link-rfc2396E" href="mailto:email@example.com"><firstname.lastname@example.org></a> wrote:
<pre wrap="">Yes, it's pretty useful and enjoyable to do web programming in plt scheme.
But I just wonder any plan to continue to extend the powerness of Plt scheme
web framework ? Like provide XPath select support in current HTML template
system which I've been using in Genshi ( a python template component used
in Trac (trac.edgewall.org) ? thanks .
Assuming it works the way most other development in PLT has seemed to
work, here's all you need to do:
Step 1. Find a student who wants a Master's or Ph.D. in Computer Science.
Step 2. Interest him/her in what you want.
Step 3. Get him/her to interest a member of the PLT group as an advisor.
Step 4. Wait for the goodies. :-)
But seriously, I'm working with some of my (high school) students on a
couple of PLT web apps and we're seeing things we wish we had and
taking stabs at putting them together. If you can give examples of the
kind of functionality you want and take stabs at writing parts of the
code, this mailing list is incredibly good about helping you along.
As someone who's gotten huge amounts of help on this list in exchange
for a mere pittance of very basic help for the few people even more
clueless than himself, my suggestion is dig in, start writing, ask for
help, and before you know it, you'll have what you always wanted.