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overview.txt audience clarification #4673

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garwoodpr commented May 18, 2015

Non-programmers will not reach this point; the true audience is a novice.
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overview.txt audience clarification
Non-programmers will not reach this point; the true audience is a novice.
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One of the original design goals of the Django Template Language was to be usable by non-programmers.

Perhaps we could have a discussion on whether this goal was achieved, but that was the intent.

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aaugustin commented May 18, 2015

One of the original design goals of the Django Template Language was to be usable by non-programmers.

Perhaps we could have a discussion on whether this goal was achieved, but that was the intent.

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I think it is a noble goal, worth continued pursuit, which deserves a continued dialogue. It is my opinion (holding aside cs students who are not yet programmers) that a non-programmer will not be able to complete the introductory tutorial.

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garwoodpr commented May 18, 2015

I think it is a noble goal, worth continued pursuit, which deserves a continued dialogue. It is my opinion (holding aside cs students who are not yet programmers) that a non-programmer will not be able to complete the introductory tutorial.

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I think it's not worth fretting over.

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timgraham commented May 19, 2015

I think it's not worth fretting over.

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ChristineLaMuse May 20, 2015

Well for what it's Worth You Helped Me :)

ChristineLaMuse commented May 20, 2015

Well for what it's Worth You Helped Me :)

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ChristineLaMuse May 20, 2015

So I'd Call it a Success ... Cause I'm as Stubborn as a Goat! :)

ChristineLaMuse commented May 20, 2015

So I'd Call it a Success ... Cause I'm as Stubborn as a Goat! :)

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