[PySide] pyside user list
nathanjsmith at gmail.com
Wed May 16 15:05:26 CEST 2012
Another place to try is stackoverflow.com. There is a pyside tag that you
can put onto your questions. The nice thing about the similarity between
PySide and PyQt is that even if nobody knows the answer to PySide directly,
the PyQt answer just might work. Stackoverflow is most appropriate for
bite sized concrete problems.
On Wed, May 16, 2012 at 12:56 AM, Frank Rueter | OHUfx <frank at ohufx.com>wrote:
> Hi Aaron,
> thanks for confirming that I'm in the right spot.
> I totally appreciate people not having time for constantly solving other
> people's problems. I was just beginning to wonder after many of my posts
> went completely unanswered.
> I certainly don't intend to annoy people with my beginners questions but
> sometimes it's hard to find the right info in which case a user list is
> heaven sent.
> Anyway, I appreciate all the help I have received here already, just
> wanted to make sure that I'm not barking up the wrong tree.
> On 16/05/12 5:29 PM, Aaron Richiger wrote:
> > Hello Frank, dear list...
> > I think, you are currently at the right place, afaik, there is no other
> > list. It's no problem to post user questions here, I think it's
> > important for a project like PySide to have a good list where Qt/PySide
> > beginners may ask some questions.
> > I also thought sometimes about splitting up the list in two parts, the
> > user side and the Shiboken-CoreDev-etc. part, but today, it's still all
> > the same.
> > As soon as I'm a little bit less stressed, I will try to answer
> > questions again, but at the moment, there are other things to do
> > unfortunately;-)
> > Have a nice day!
> > Aaron
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