Tue Jun 21 18:48:48 CDT 2011
On Tue, Jun 21, 2011 at 3:21 PM, Thomas Kluyver <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Right, I've put that up on http://takluyver.github.com/ipython-website/ . I
> think the standard anti-aliased version looks OK on an LCD screen.
> If there's no objections, I'll flip the switch on this design tomorrow
> evening. We can, of course, carry on tweaking later.
And modulo minor cleanups that are still in flight, I'd then like to
call for a friendly moratorium on all website design discussions for a
little while :)
I really, enormously appreciate the time you've all taken to help out
with this, and Klonuo's patience is commendable. But I think it's
time we shift our attention completely from design back to content,
both in the code and even on the website. Let's hold off on more
color/font/size debates for a few weeks, at least until we have 0.11
AND 0.12 done and released.
Thanks to all who have helped, and I hope it's clear that I don't have
the illusion that in a volunteer project, I can "tell" people how to
spend their time. It's just that I'm worried that the clock is
ticking on a release, and right now I'm to my neck in
grant/talks/paper writing (most of it to benefit ipython in the long
haul) so I would like to see our collective energies directed now
towards not missing our long-promised 0.11 release.
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