Today we launched a completely redesigned yt website. It's still at yt-project.org, but with a completely new look. One of the brand new features is the yt Gallery (http://yt-project.org/gallery.html). The gallery is designed to show off examples of yt in the real world and to give new users an idea of all that's possible.
We have a few really nice contributions up there now, but we want many more! If you have a figure made at least in part with yt that you're particularly proud from a paper, poster, talk, press release, or just something really cool, please consider submitting it to the gallery. To add something to the gallery, simply fork the yt website repository here: https://bitbucket.org/yt_analysis/website Then, add your image (400 pixels wide, preferably) to the directory img/gallery, add an entry to the gallery.html file, and submit a pull request. We will also accept embedded movies from vimeo or youtube. Make sure to add a caption with a brief explanation of the figure, what functionality you used to make it, and a citation if it appears in a publication. Also, make sure to add your figure to the top of the gallery page so it's easy to see what's new.
We look forward to seeing what amazing things people have done!