'The Python Papers' represents the efforts of Python enthusiasts who are excited by the technology and want to help it flourish.
We are looking to mix in reader stories and feedback, articles addressing specific areas of python (such as recipes) etc, code reviews of problem code, and also peer-reviewed academic articles.
'The Python Papers' staff are:
Tennessee Leeuwenburg – Editor-in-Chief
Tennessee Leeuwenburg is a software developer working at the Australian Bureau of Meteorology on automatic text generation of weather forecasts. Prior to this he spent time working on meteorological data transfer standards in the form of the OpenDAP database system.
Maurice Ling – Associate Editor
Maurice Ling is a PhD candidate in the department of Zoology of the University of Melbourne working on text analysis of biological literature for the purpose of understanding hormone interactions in the mouse mammary cell.
Richard Jones – Associate Editor
Richard is Common Ground's Senior Software Developer with 10 years' broad experience working with multiple languages and tools in web-based management systems, data archive, meta-data systems, business systems, e-commerce and communications. He also runs the bi-annual PyWeek Game Programming Challenge and is involved with the organisation of the Open Source Developer's Conference in Melbourne, Australia.
Mike DeWhirst – Technical Assistant
Mike has been very helpful in providing mailing list facilities and collaboration tools while setting up this publication.
Stephanie Chong – Design Assistant
One of Stephanie's first comments on the The Python Journal was “how can we make it prettier?” We hired her on the spot.
Stephanie is currently studying Arts/Law at the University of Melbourne.