LinuxPR: Andamooka adds new Andamooka Collections system and new books
Feb 27, 2001, 18:22 (0 Talkback[s])
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"The new Andamooka Collections system lets users create
custom, annotated, open content books. Four more books have been
added to the Andamooka library of open source documentation and
learning materials bringing the total to 21 (or over 2000
"The Andamooka Collections system allows users to create
collections of pages from the open content available on Andamooka. These collections can be
read online and shared with others. For example, a system
administrator might want to create documentation for the users s/he
supports. S/he could assemble relevant chapters from several open
content books and annotate the pages to "localize" the
documentation, creating a single, high quality, reference for local
"Andamooka is proud to host the following books:
- GIMP: The Official Handbook, a book filled with
gorgeous GIMP-created images, by Kylander & Kylander.
- Linux System Administrators' Guide, a "classic" (circa
1993) reference by Lars Wirzenius and Joanna Oja
- Dive Into Python by Mark Pilgrim, a guide to advanced
Python programming, and
- Introduction to Programming Using Java a textbook by
David J. Eck that is also suitable for self-teaching.
Each is available for online reading, annotation, and discuss."