I’ve set up a repository on github to hold all of the items specifically related to this markdown.py project.
Feel free to follow along there as well as here.
Markdown has very little to do with python testing.
But I need a project to test, so I’m writing my own Markdown script.
This is a brief introduction to Markdown from my perspective.
Hey, thanks for stopping by.
You’ve stopped by really early. But I’m glad you did.
Really, there is going to be some great information here, I just haven’t written it yet.
I could have waited to go live with the site until I had lots of content up.
But I didn’t.
I decided to go live very fast, and then add content.
Please check out the about page to see what sorts of posts you will see here.
If that sounds like something interesting, please sign up to receive posts by email.
Right now I’m using feedburner to manage this.
When I get a proper newsletter set up, I’ll let you know.
I don’t even have a privacy page set up yet.
But when I do, it will say something like “I won’t sell or give away your email, blah blah blah, and I’m not going to try to sell you anything via the email list, etc.” Except if I come up with something to sell… I don’t have anything yet. Maybe an ebook or something. But there’s nothing yet so don’t worry. And even if I did, I’m not going to spam your inbox. I just don’t have time. And I don’t like it when people do that to me.
This is an initial post.
It’s here just to test out the feeds, etc.