Fri Jun 3 11:26:41 CDT 2011
On Fri, Jun 3, 2011 at 7:55 AM, Thomas Kluyver <email@example.com> wrote:
> In terms of what goes where, I suggest that the cookbook and the lists of
> projects using IPython should stay in a wiki form somewhere. Of the
I'd like a link to a wiki for that, so that users can update that
information, but it might be nice to have a more static version of the
same with screenshots, etc. Basically I see the wiki as a way for the
community to easily feed us information (already written up in reST),
some of which once 'edited' gets baked into the docs in a more
permanent fashion, with better formatting, etc. But if that's too
much to commit to early on, no problem.
> 'developer zone', I think the more formal information belongs in the
> developer section of the docs, and the other useful information should live
> in a wiki.
> That would leave the "landing" site with:
> - homepage
> - download & installation page
And this should be mostly links to the PyPI and github download areas.
> - news
> - presentations
> - FAQ
> - citation
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