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                        I'd buy it. However my understanding is that books of that nature don't pay the authors anything but kudos so it would have to be labo(u)r of love.</div>
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                        On Wed, Aug 22, 2012, at 09:25 AM, Andrew Francis wrote:</div>
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                                        Hi Folks:</div>
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                                        Earlier today, I was browsing the O'Reilly web site. So many titles. Something occurred to me:</div>
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                                        Why no Stackless Python book?</div>
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                                        I guess the simple answer is no one has bothered to write it.</div>
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                                        Watching Christian's talk that discussed Stackless's relevance in the age of Cloud computing, innovations</div>
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                                        in the PyPy arena, the popularity of greenlets, my own experiences trying out CS ideas with Stackless</div>
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                                        (i.e., deadlock detection), just make me think that it is high time there is a Stackless Python book....</div>
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                                        Cheers,</div>
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