Sat Jun 11 07:07:55 CDT 2011
The live site is at http://ipython.org/ , and the source code is at
In terms of the logo, I think the only visually distinctive thing about
IPython are the prompts, which inspired the existing IP[y] logo. We could
also have some reference to the yellow & blue Python logo (
http://python.org/), but on the other hand, we're pitching this as an
environment for data exploration and interactive computing in general, not
only as a Python shell.
I've CCed in the dev list - Carl has offered to design some sort of
banner-style logo for the top of our website (see the sites for matplotlib
and sphinx for examples). Any suggestions on what it should look like? Do we
have any theme it should fit in with?
Finally, don't spend too long doing this, because it's been suggested that
if IPython gets some funding, some of it might go on professional design for
this sort of thing. I understand that this isn't definite, though.
On 11 June 2011 02:51, Carl Joseph Younger <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi Thomas ~ Can you send me a link to the new site, I can't find it in
> my inbox. Also, if you can provide a few pointers as to what you'd
> like for the banner and stuff, I'll have a look and see what I can do.
> All the best
> On Fri, Jun 10, 2011 at 10:26 AM, Thomas Kluyver <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Thanks, Carl. I'm no designer, so unless someone else comes forwards
> about a
> > banner, I'll probably get back to you about it.
> > Best wishes,
> > Thomas
> > On 10 June 2011 01:00, Carl Joseph Younger <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >> I might be able to help you with a banner, I'm just in the middle of
> >> something not fun with Google's blobstore API. If you haven't got it
> >> sorted in the next few days, give me a nudge and I'll put something
> >> together.
> >> Nice one
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