[PySide] pyside user list
Frank Rueter | OHUfx
frank at ohufx.com
Wed May 16 23:45:01 CEST 2012
cool, thanks. I have actually found heaps of info on Stackoverflow
already, just be reading up on other people's question, so yes, will
On 5/17/12 1:05 AM, Nathan Smith wrote:
> Another place to try is stackoverflow.com <http://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
> On Wed, May 16, 2012 at 12:56 AM, Frank Rueter | OHUfx
> <frank at ohufx.com <mailto: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
> people's problems. I was just beginning to wonder after many of my
> 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
> > 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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