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I know how to program somewhat well, but am completely new to Blender. I need to use Blender to generate some geometry, and had a bit of a tough time finding tutorials that give me the quickest (i.e. not the most in-depth) route to get going with some simple modelling using Python.

This is something useful I have found so far (you'll have to scroll down for tutorial 0 -- the first tutorial):

However, I am sure there are other such tutorials (each with their pros and cons), and I am wondering if there would be interest in creating an updateable list of them that can be generally referred to? So, this would be a community wiki type of thing.

How can/should I best title/form such a question on the main Blender SE?

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  • $\begingroup$ Collecting useful links is well outside the scope of stackexchange sites. [slant.co] started recently and is intended for this purpose. $\endgroup$ – ideasman42 Dec 14 '14 at 12:42
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Such a question will be closed, you'll have more luck on BlenderArtists.org, where the community guidelines are less strict.

Furthermore, I have found that there is a general absence of Blender python tutorials. Here are some good ones though: https://cgcookie.com/blender/category/tutorials/scripting/.

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We've had a discussion like this already, and it was decided to make one big post with answers for each category.

I think a list of python tutorials would fit right in as an answer there.

In addition, we also had an older post of a similar type on meta, which may also be of interest.

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