The topic was interesting enough for me to investigate. But what I found in addition to a nice presentation was the way it was made.
In case anybody wonders how the slides were produced: I creatd them using rst2s5.py, a tool included in the docutils distribution that takes a reST source document and turns it into HTML suitable for the browser-based S5 slide show system. I also integrated Pygments to colorize the Python source code of the examples.
Link to the whole tool chain along with templates here.
Very useful. I even remember some sets of scripts that integrates inkscape. ok, but I could be wrong.
Thank your for this presentation, and for the source of howpythonic.tgz
Thanks for the post. I saw the slides in google After seeing your post. So came to know about the scripts first and slides later.
Interesting blog you’ve got.