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Tutorial length

From: Gilles LAMIRAL
Subject: Tutorial length
Date: Tue, 9 Jan 2018 02:47:12 +0100
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Hi Ole,

The beginning of the tutorial advises to "Spend an hour walking through the 
Well, it took me 3 hours to just reach half of it and I didn't run the 
"complex" examples
dealing with some parallel perl internals. Then I went to the fosdem video, 
which acted
as a good and fun revision for me. All of this was made one month ago, now I 
forgot everything!
That's ok, I'm a slow learner. Next revision/usage will be faster, as usual.

I suggest the tutorial could be split in two parts, one basic, really read and 
in one hour by a beginner, and one advanced containing everything else, maybe 
as a cookbook. The original Usenix article
looks like a pretty good candidate for the one hour tutorial.

As always it's easier to suggest to do something than to actually do it.
In case I find energy to write and publish what I suggest,
what are the licences of the parallel documentation?

Au revoir,
Gilles Lamiral. France, Baulon (35580)
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