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Book on Click

Book on Click

From:
Bro, Lars
Date:
2015-05-27 @ 09:25
Hi list

I would like to know if there is a general interest in having a book on 
Click, how to use it and how to write elements. I always stumble on the 
same things, Args, handlers, AnnotationInfo, threads etc. I just recently 
figured out how to #include my own elementclasses in a Click router. I 
think, 99 % is very well documented on the home page and in the man pages,
but I also think it might be about time to write a real book.

First, I would just like to know what you feel about it.

Lars Bro

Siemens A/S
RC-DK MO DEV R&D-A-COC
Borupvang 9
2750 Ballerup, Dänemark
Tel.: +45 4477-4171
mailto:lars.bro@siemens.com

Siemens A/S. Headquarters: Borupvang 9, 2750 Ballerup, Denmark. Tel: +45 
4477 4477 CVR-no. 16 99 30 85

Re: [click] Book on Click

From:
Antonie Henning
Date:
2015-05-27 @ 10:45
Hi Lars,
I think it is a good idea and as you mentioned there are good 
documentation online and in the mailing-list archive that just needs to be
consolidated. If you are looking for help I can contribute on the 
introductory info. Reason is the Click community is predominantly 
developers but Click is actually very powerful and useful as a network 
tool for Network Engineers. It is also ideal to bridge the gap between 
Network Engineer and Developer. I think Click is vastly unknown to this 
first group and on first contact Click would appear to be a developers 
tool only.
So I would be willing to contribute from this perspective to ease the 
introduction to Click for network and sysadmins.
 

     From: "Bro, Lars" <lars.bro@siemens.com>
 To: click@librelist.com 
 Sent: Wednesday, May 27, 2015 11:25 AM
 Subject: [click] Book on Click
   


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solid;}#yiv4686547773 Hi list I would like to know if there is a general 
interest in having a book on Click, how to use it and how to write 
elements. I always stumble on the same things, Args, handlers, 
AnnotationInfo, threads etc. I just recently figured out how to #include 
my ownelementclasses in a Click router. I think, 99 % is very well 
documented on the home page and in the man pages, but I also think it 
might be about time to write a real book. First, I would just like to know
what you feel about it. Lars Bro Siemens A/SRC-DK MO DEV 
R&D-A-COCBorupvang 92750 Ballerup, DänemarkTel.: +45 
4477-4171mailto:lars.bro@siemens.com  Siemens A/S. Headquarters: Borupvang
9, 2750 Ballerup, Denmark. Tel: +45 4477 4477 CVR-no. 16 99 30 85  

  

Re: [click] Book on Click

From:
Braem Bart
Date:
2015-05-27 @ 13:14
Hi,

It’s a nice idea, but I think a proper format for living code might be 
challenging to find?
I’m willing to contribute with our existing documentation.

best regards,
Bart

On 27 May 2015, at 12:45, Antonie Henning 
<antoniehenning@yahoo.com<mailto:antoniehenning@yahoo.com>> wrote:

Hi Lars,

I think it is a good idea and as you mentioned there are good 
documentation online and in the mailing-list archive that just needs to be
consolidated. If you are looking for help I can contribute on the 
introductory info. Reason is! the Clic k community is predominantly 
developers but Click is actually very powerful and useful as a network 
tool for Network Engineers. It is also ideal to bridge the gap between 
Network Engineer and Developer. I think Click is vastly unknown to this 
first group and on first contact Click would appear to be a developers 
tool only.

So I would be willing to contribute from this perspective to ease the 
introduction to Click for network and sysadmins.



________________________________
From: "Bro, Lars" <lars.bro@siemens.com<mailto:lars.bro@siemens.com>>
To: click@librelist.com<mailto:click@librelist.com>
Sent: Wednesday, May 27, 2015 11:25 AM
Subject: [click] Book on Click



Hi list

I would like to know if there is a general interest in having a book on 
Click, how to use it and how to write elements. I always stumble on the 
same things, Args, handlers, AnnotationInfo, threads etc. I just recently 
figured out how to #include my own elementclasses in a Click router. I 
think, 99 % is very well documented on the home page and in the man pages,
but I also think it might be about time to write a real book.

First, I would just like to know what you feel about it.

Lars Bro

Siemens A/S
RC-DK MO DEV R&D-A-COC
Borupvang 9
2750 Ballerup, Dänemark
Tel.: +45 4477-4171
mailto:lars.bro@siemens.com

Siemens A/S. Headquarters: Borupvang 9, 2750 Ballerup, Denmark. Tel: +45 
4477 4477 CVR-no. 16 99 30 85

Re: [click] Book on Click

From:
Roberto Riggio
Date:
2015-05-27 @ 16:26
I would also be available to support the creation of this book with some
chapters (maybe on wireless), editing, and I could also support from the
publishing standpoint.

R.

On Wed, May 27, 2015 at 4:14 PM, Braem Bart <bart.braem@uantwerpen.be>
wrote:

>  Hi,
>
>  It’s a nice idea, but I think a proper format for living code might be
> challenging to find?
> I’m willing to contribute with our existing documentation.
>
>  best regards,
> Bart
>
>  On 27 May 2015, at 12:45, Antonie Henning <antoniehenning@yahoo.com>
> wrote:
>
>    Hi Lars,
>
>  I think it is a good idea and as you mentioned there are good
> documentation online and in the mailing-list archive that just needs to be
> consolidated. If you are looking for help I can contribute on the
> introductory info. Reason is! the Clic k community is predominantly
> developers but Click is actually very powerful and useful as a network tool
> for Network Engineers. It is also ideal to bridge the gap between Network
> Engineer and Developer. I think Click is vastly unknown to this first
> group and on first contact Click would appear to be a developers tool only.
>
>  So I would be willing to contribute from this perspective to ease the
> introduction to Click for network and sysadmins.
>
>
>
>    ------------------------------
> *From:* "Bro, Lars" <lars.bro@siemens.com>
> *To:* click@librelist.com
> *Sent:* Wednesday, May 27, 2015 11:25 AM
> *Subject:* [click] Book on Click
>
>
>
>   Hi list
>
> I would like to know if there is a general interest in having a book on
> Click, how to use it and how to write elements. I always stumble on the
> same things, Args, handlers, AnnotationInfo, threads etc. I just recently
> figured out how to #include my own elementclasses in a Click router. I
> think, 99 % is very well documented on the home page and in the man pages,
> but I also think it might be about time to write a real book.
>
> First, I would just like to know what you feel about it.
>
> Lars Bro
>
> Siemens A/S
> RC-DK MO DEV R&D-A-COC
> Borupvang 9
> 2750 Ballerup, Dänemark
> Tel.: +45 4477-4171
> *mailto:lars.bro@siemens.com* <lars.bro@siemens.com>
>
> Siemens A/S. Headquarters: Borupvang 9, 2750 Ballerup, Denmark. Tel: +45
> 4477 4477 CVR-no. 16 99 30 85
>
>
>


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