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|/* 1SEP09 Ideally, all the language pages should be like the Polish or Turkish pages -
all native language, only the necessary English.
There are some groundrules, some laid down by the site admins, some my
1) Pages must be named in ASCII and English (PolishLanguage)
2) Pages must have an explanation in English at the top (Links to
Python information in <language X>)
3) (my suggestion) We probably want to limit invites to edit the pages
to people we know well, or Pythonistas with a track record. Hopefully
this is inclusive enough without opening the site up to a spam flood
Where these pages really need help:
1) check links, remove broken ones.
2) add new links that are quality Python information and active.
3) some care for languages that have next to nothing, but do have
people in the Python community - even a link to the Wikipedia page for
Python, in that language, is a start (Some are pretty complete and of
high quality - the Russian language Wikipedia page for Python, for
instance, packs a lot in). */
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Links to Python information in Italian
The Italian Python Web site is maintained by the Italian Python Association (Python Italia Associazione di Promozione Sociale). Its current webmaster is Manlio Perillo. Very comprehensive, with much original material.
Python-it.org is a community-based website created by many Italian Python users for Python users. It contains a lot of resources: a forum, a community projects' page, a wiki, polls, a collection of Python news, a users' map and many others. Come visit us!
A usenet newsgroup, it.comp.lang.python gathers most of the Italian Pythonistas.
An Italian version of Dive Into Python by Mark Pilgrim, lacking behind the English original but still useful.
Alex Martelli maintains another Italian Python website, including translations of Magnus Hetland's articles (with permission).
Info about the italian annual Python conference can be found on the Pycon Italia website.