1.3.0 final tagged and uploaded

I have tagged and uploaded matplotlib 1.3.0 final. Congratulations to all involved! It was a long slog getting this release out, and I appreciate everyone's patience.

Once we have binaries uploaded to SourceForge, I will make a formal announcement in the usual channels.

Mike

The main matplotlib.org website's layout seems different. What used to be in the sidebar now seems to be in the middle of the page, and the example images spill into the sidebar. Is this a mistake or is it supposed to be that way?

Thanks,

Jason

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On 7/31/13 8:38 AM, Michael Droettboom wrote:

I have tagged and uploaded matplotlib 1.3.0 final. Congratulations to
all involved! It was a long slog getting this release out, and I
appreciate everyone's patience.

Once we have binaries uploaded to SourceForge, I will make a formal
announcement in the usual channels.

The layout has changed, but sidebar has not. Can you provide a screenshot? Note, you can always visit the older version of the website at http://matplotlib.org/1.2.1 for direct comparison.

Mike

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On 07/31/2013 01:53 PM, Jason Grout wrote:

On 7/31/13 8:38 AM, Michael Droettboom wrote:

I have tagged and uploaded matplotlib 1.3.0 final. Congratulations to
all involved! It was a long slog getting this release out, and I
appreciate everyone's patience.

Once we have binaries uploaded to SourceForge, I will make a formal
announcement in the usual channels.

The main matplotlib.org website's layout seems different. What used to
be in the sidebar now seems to be in the middle of the page, and the
example images spill into the sidebar. Is this a mistake or is it
supposed to be that way?

I just realized I had the webpage zoomed in (apple/control +), which was part of the problem. It looks great when I unzoom the page. Sorry for the false alarm.

I'm really excited about the webagg backend. Thanks for all your work on this release!

Jason

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On 7/31/13 11:02 AM, Michael Droettboom wrote:

The layout has changed, but sidebar has not. Can you provide a
screenshot? Note, you can always visit the older version of the website
at http://matplotlib.org/1.2.1 for direct comparison.

The problem is that the new layout only works with a wider window than was required for the old layout. I think this is a step backward.

Eric

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On 2013/07/31 8:02 AM, Michael Droettboom wrote:

The layout has changed, but sidebar has not. Can you provide a
screenshot? Note, you can always visit the older version of the website
athttp://matplotlib.org/1.2.1 for direct comparison.

I have made this little example image less wide directly on the website, and in the source in a1921d6216b0. It may take a few minutes for all of github's web servers to update the content.

Mike

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On 07/31/2013 09:54 PM, Eric Firing wrote:

On 2013/07/31 8:02 AM, Michael Droettboom wrote:

The layout has changed, but sidebar has not. Can you provide a
screenshot? Note, you can always visit the older version of the website
athttp://matplotlib.org/1.2.1 for direct comparison.

The problem is that the new layout only works with a wider window than
was required for the old layout. I think this is a step backward.

Eric

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FYI, the downloads page at http://matplotlib.org/downloads.html still says that 1.3.0 is a release candidate and 1.2.1 is the latest stable version.

Again, thanks for all your work on this!

Jason

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On 7/31/13 8:38 AM, Michael Droettboom wrote:

I have tagged and uploaded matplotlib 1.3.0 final. Congratulations to
all involved! It was a long slog getting this release out, and I
appreciate everyone's patience.

Once we have binaries uploaded to SourceForge, I will make a formal
announcement in the usual channels.

Doh! Thanks for pointing that out.

Mike

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On 08/02/2013 10:52 AM, Jason Grout wrote:

On 7/31/13 8:38 AM, Michael Droettboom wrote:

I have tagged and uploaded matplotlib 1.3.0 final. Congratulations to
all involved! It was a long slog getting this release out, and I
appreciate everyone's patience.

Once we have binaries uploaded to SourceForge, I will make a formal
announcement in the usual channels.

FYI, the downloads page at http://matplotlib.org/downloads.html still
says that 1.3.0 is a release candidate and 1.2.1 is the latest stable
version.

Again, thanks for all your work on this!

Jason

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