ok -I’ll bite. Here’s what you do (straight forward, actually) go here -> http://docs.python.org/tutorial/ follow those all the way -they take you from clueless to well, the right direction. then go here -> 1.open blender 2.find the console window 3.use it to follow the tutorials listed above that should teach you the language which is python (blender uses it) once you’re all set, go here -> http://www.blender.org/documentation/blender_python_api_2_60_5/ start with the first link and work your way down. this should teach you how to script blender with python (you could just go here right away, but if you are unfamiliar with python, it’ll hurt your brain. [speaks from experience] last thing. look up everything you can about lists, dictionaries and tuples from time to time. the whole point of scripting is to manipulate data. If you know python, it’s just a matter of applying what you know to blender’s api. K. that’s it. no shorter path really. There’s youtube, but you’ll still have to code to grasp it.
I have made a small book in blender wiki , for complete begineers and people new to coding. Its 50% done but its already useful. You can find it here —> http://wiki.blender.org/index.php/Us…_book_of_magic