Are my images safe? Why do some projects work and others don't? I'll give the lowdown on the current state of excel2img and what might need to change to make it an easy-to-use project management solution. I've been programming in python for about 15 years. This past year, I've been working on learning python and web applications. To help learn python, I downloaded all the books on web application development from Amazon and downloaded several online tutorials on the topics I wanted to learn. I decided to use GitHub as a source because it's a great site to learn from. I wanted to learn python and go straight into python, so my initial steps were to download all the tutorials and see how best to learn python on my own. Once I had my tutorials downloaded, I started reading each project's wiki. The first tutorial I read was: “Python for Web Application Developers — Tutorial for beginners” by John Wesley. This was in mid 2013. I didn't follow the instructions and had a lot of problems. In the following year, I had a few problems as well. I was trying to figure out if I was going to be able to learn python on my own or if I would have to spend a bunch of time going through tutorials and reading tutorials to understand each tutorial. I couldn't even figure out which tutorials he was referencing on his site, so I decided to look them up. The next tutorials I read were: “Learn Python for Web Application Developers — Tutorial for Intermediate and Advanced Programmers” (Note: I didn't understand what the title was.) by John Wesley (I didn't know how these tutorials were structured, but it seemed like the author of those tutorials was more experienced at understanding other books (i.e. books on Python for Web Applications). I read this from February 2024 and couldn't understand any of the tutorials) “Getting Started in Web Programming” by Chris Sacco And finally “Learn Python with Django — Intermediate/Advanced Introduction to Python” by Scott H. Wayne. I was able to understand the material well enough to move forward, but my understanding was shallow. Furthermore, I still didn't have a good grasp on any of the topics covered, so I was still having a hard time understanding. Furthermore, I started reading the tutorials again and figured the problems were not just me, but I was missing a key element: a lot of them didn't explain what was the workflow or step-by-step procedure for using this new python module/software from the book.