Thanks Jim,

All good ideas, I appreciate it.  I'll work on including all of your items into the new website.  Keep the ideas coming!


Josh Juneau
Twitter ID:  javajuneau

On Sat, Jun 20, 2009 at 12:55 AM, Jim Baker <> wrote:

Here's my list:
  • Add the Python documentation from 2.6 (source), then port back and modify as necessary for Jython 2.5 via patching. We want to go against the 2.6 version because it's with that release that docs are generated from reStructuredText via Sphinx, and 2.6 updates are clearly marked. Some of us discussed this approach at PyCon as I recall.
  • Cookbook recipes and howtos - we need to make the object factory approach very visible, along with other recurring questions we get on IRC and the mailing lists
  • Centralize the compatibility list of PyPI packages (something like
  • I personally rather like the information design of the Django docs
- Jim

On Fri, Jun 19, 2009 at 7:44 PM, Josh Juneau <> wrote:
I'll be putting together a mockup website for that includes a bit of a different look, layout changes, and new features.  I've started working on some basic changes, but I wanted to ask if anyone had any ideas for the site.  Frank had mentioned that it'd be great to have all #jython twitter updates published to the main page, and I second that...good idea.  Does anyone have any additional ideas for things they'd like to see?

Thanks in advance and enjoy the weekend!

Josh Juneau
Twitter ID:  javajuneau

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