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New Perl Selenium ebook

by davies (Prior)
on May 19, 2018 at 10:28 UTC ( #1214904=perlnews: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

Shameless plug: Selenium and Perl

Those of you who stayed to the end of last year's London Perl Workshop may remember Davorg's lightning talk, available at YouTube. I had written 20 pages of documentation for Martin Berends to deliver as a workshop. Dave & I agreed that this would be an appropriate subject to expand and publish. It's over 3 times the length of the handout we gave to people at the LPW and, Dave says, over twice the length of his Perl Taster. I'm also entertaining fantasies of it leading a few people to PerlMonks.

Regards,

John Davies

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Re: New Perl Selenium ebook
by Anonymous Monk on May 19, 2018 at 18:00 UTC
    Just for curiosity:

    Your book could be be tipping point for me to join kindle unlimited for a month (your book in EUR 8.50, unlimited is 9.99, there are a few other unlimited titles I would be interested in).

    But I don't use the kindle-app to read kindle-content, but I strip the drm (it's probably illegal, I know) and convert kindles to epub.

    So if I got your book via unlimited but did not use the kindle-app to read it (so no statistics available to Amazon): Would you see a penny for it?

      Probably not. https://kdp.amazon.com/en_US/help/topic/G201541130 claims that authors get paid only when "unlimited" books are read for the first time, and then authors are paid by page count. So unless your process is recognised as "reading" by Amazon, it would not fit into Amazon's eligibility for royalties.

      Regards,

      John Davies

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