On 19 January 2012 21:48, Fernando Perez firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
We've moved to the following setup with ipython, which works very well for us so far:
- ipython.org: Main website with only static content, manged as a
I like this idea, and to get the ball rolling I've stripped out the www directory of the scipy.org-new repo into it's own repository using git filter-branch (posted here: https://github.com/scottza/scipy_website) and created https://github.com/scottza/scottza.github.com. This puts a copy of the new scipy website at http://scottza.github.com as a proof of concept.
Since there seems to be some agreement on rehosting numpy's website on github, I'd be happy to do as much of the legwork as I can in getting the numpy.scipy.org content hosted at numpy.github.com. I don't have permission to create new repos for the Numpy organization, so someone would have to create an empty https://github.com/numpy/numpy.github.com and give me push permission on that repo.
It would be great to see scipy go the same way and make updating the site easier. I know that David Warde-Farley, Pauli and others put in a lot of work scraping content off the wiki to produce the new website, it would be fantastic to see the fruits of that effort.
Issues with scipy "Trac, the doc editor, and the conference.scipy.org and docs.scipy.org" as mentioned by Pauli. There is also the cookbook on the wiki to consider (perhaps http://scipy-central.org/ could play a role there).