[development] Proposal: Drupal University

James Benstead james.benstead at gmail.com
Mon Dec 28 16:32:47 UTC 2009

Interesting - where can I see details on the Sub Continent edition of PDD?

2009/12/28 Vivek Khurana <hiddenharmony at gmail.com>

> On Mon, Dec 28, 2009 at 9:09 PM, James Benstead
> <james.benstead at gmail.com> wrote:
> > in the case of PDD), but I do think there should be a free, "open source"
> > alternative. If for no other reason, the cover price of PDD is huge for
> > developers in 2nd or 3rd world countries (i.e., the majority of the
> > population of the planet) and they should have an alternative. Secondly,
> you
>  Since I come from India, I can comment on these. Most of the books
> priced in dollars or Euro have an Indian Sub Continent edition which
> is low cost edition. Though these editions have some compromises, like
> black and white photographs instead of color and low paper quality
> but, the content is same. So, PDD edition for Indian Sub Continent
> will cost something like $10 which is affordable.
>  But those who can afford. do go for international edition or purchase
> ebooks.
> regards
> Vivek
> --
> The hidden harmony is better than the obvious!!
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