cordial.emily at gmail.com
Wed Jul 2 13:04:52 EDT 2014
All good points -- and I particularly like bootstrap in general. I'm just
to the point of turning your basic format into a responsive format with
media queries on images and divs. (I still have to work on the navigation
menu and font sizing but you can see the progress here:
https://github.com/cordial-emily/ipython-website.) I thought something
simple might be a helpful first step.
I'm looking forward to making more interesting changes, which I will create
branches for soon...
Thanks for the input!
On Wed, Jul 2, 2014 at 9:46 AM, Nicholas Bollweg <nick.bollweg at gmail.com>
> Sounds great!
> I'm not a core developer or anything, but have been lurking for a while as
> While I wouldn't see any kind of unification of these styles, as the needs
> of the "applications" are likely different from the needs of the
> marketing/documentation website, it might be good to make sure that we're
> kind of in the right neighborhood in terms of what tools are used across
> all of the ipython-branded websites.
> As you may have observed, a lot of the work on the "other websites"
> (nbviewer and the notebook) uses Bootstrap, FontAwesome and related tools,
> such as LESS and bower. It seems like there would be a natural win here for
> these to also be used for the generated .org site. To that end, it might be
> worth investigating sphinx-bootstrap-theme
> <https://github.com/ryan-roemer/sphinx-bootstrap-theme> as a starting
> point for what might be possible.
> Good luck, I'm looking forward to what you come up with!
> On Tue, Jul 1, 2014 at 6:23 PM, Emily Schleiner <cordial.emily at gmail.com>
>> Dear IPython developers,
>> A couple of months ago I spoke with Thomas at an Openhatch event about
>> the IPython website and it sounds like some design work might be welcome.
>> (?) I've been lurking on your lists to get to know the group some and have
>> now forked the site on Github with the aim of making it responsive. So far
>> I don't plan on revamping the basic shape or colors, but I'm interested to
>> hear any design preferences from the community...
>> Best wishes,
>> Emily Schleiner
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