new site is live!

I just took the plunge and pushed the beta website live. We are now
purely driven off the sphinx living in the doc dir.

There is still plenty of material from the old site (stuff from the
FAQ, the credits, stuff from the user's guide, goals/known issues) so
once again please feel free to contribute. It's much easier now that
it is plain rest and sphinx. One area where all developers can easily
contribute is by extending the FAQ when we get common questions on the
mailing lists. I would also really like to see sections on contours,
images and colormaps, colorbars, time series plotting (eg the spectral
stuff), collections....

  http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net

Let me know if you find any problems.

JDH

Dang that looks good. The only glitches that I see are:

1) after the ">>> hist(x, 100)""" line in the Python pre-formatted text
box, there's an extra line's worth of vertical space.

2) The heading "Plotting commands" overlaps slightly with the top line
of the following table.

This is on Firefox 3 with Ubuntu 8.04.

-Andrew

John Hunter wrote:

···

I just took the plunge and pushed the beta website live. We are now
purely driven off the sphinx living in the doc dir.

There is still plenty of material from the old site (stuff from the
FAQ, the credits, stuff from the user's guide, goals/known issues) so
once again please feel free to contribute. It's much easier now that
it is plain rest and sphinx. One area where all developers can easily
contribute is by extending the FAQ when we get common questions on the
mailing lists. I would also really like to see sections on contours,
images and colormaps, colorbars, time series plotting (eg the spectral
stuff), collections....

  http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net

Let me know if you find any problems.

JDH

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I'm seeing that too -- added a couple of hacks to fix it

JDH

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On Wed, Oct 15, 2008 at 4:04 PM, Andrew Straw <strawman@...36...> wrote:

Dang that looks good. The only glitches that I see are:

1) after the ">>> hist(x, 100)""" line in the Python pre-formatted text
box, there's an extra line's worth of vertical space.

2) The heading "Plotting commands" overlaps slightly with the top line
of the following table.

This is on Firefox 3 with Ubuntu 8.04.

It looks great, really nice work guys. Sorry I havent been able to keep up with the list recently, unfortunately its unlikely to change for a while.

I noticed that the PDF download link at http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net/contents.html is broken.

Darren

···

On Wednesday 15 October 2008 04:59:28 pm John Hunter wrote:

I just took the plunge and pushed the beta website live. We are now

purely driven off the sphinx living in the doc dir.

Ahh, thanks for letting me know. It's fixed now (you may need to
"refresh"). sf removed shell access to the web directory, so all the
reorg and cleanup had to be done over sftp, scp and rsync via ssh,
which was a pain, so there are probably a few things that will need to
be restored/tweaked.

JDH

···

On Thu, Oct 16, 2008 at 5:10 PM, Darren Dale <darren.dale@...143...> wrote:

It looks great, really nice work guys. Sorry I havent been able to keep up
with the list recently, unfortunately its unlikely to change for a while.

I noticed that the PDF download link at
http://matplotlib.sourceforge.net/contents.html is broken.