raulgd wrote:Hi Guenter! thanks for the response!
So, part 1 would be composed of building POCO full (with OpenSSL and MySQL) because the exercise in the book would make use of both so we cover the complete library, also it would cover each and every module of the open source library like foundation, util, Data, XML, ZIP, crypto, etc. and also in each and every chapter, we would be adding the needed functionality to the exercise product.
guenter wrote:Another resource that may be useful are the sample programs from Setsu (see his forum post: viewtopic.php?f=12&t=4718&hilit=poco+fanatic). He also has a website where he writes articles about POCO, albeit in Japanese. Maybe we can get him on board as well.
raulgd wrote:To fulfill the request, all I would ask is any veteran POCO developer, or even someone from Applied Informatics if they are willing, to help me in my quest, I'll learn POCO as we go on, write chapter by chapter from introduction, to each and every module, and at the end of every chapter, post the results for everyone to proofread. It would be awesome to publish this PDF as a creative commons complete guide of POCO boo
guenter wrote:Thanks a lot for your offers to contribute to the book!
As the next step, we should do some planning. Specifically, come up with a preliminary book structure and table of contents and distribute some work (who will work on which chapters, etc.).
Should I set up a special mailing list for the book for collaboration? I guess that would be the easiest way to handle this.
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