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Re: [pygame] Pygame "look and feel"

Personally, I think the site should use a modern back-end and have several people keep it updated. I'd like to be able to go to pygame and see new news every week. I'd like to see people collaborate around updating the old code base, and work on a new one around SDL 2.0. 

I played around with http://pygame.info/ as an idea for what it could be like. But I think several people need to work back and forth to come up with something really good.

Paul Vincent Craven

On Wed, Oct 2, 2013 at 8:26 PM, Westley Martínez <anikom15@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
It might be a good idea if you could show us some of your work.

I like graphic design so I'm always interested in seeing this kind of

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> I read a couple of comments in the past about how out-dated www.pygame.org
> looks so I was thinking that I could offer up my design skills to create
> some new looks for it while somebody else builds the html version of the
> site. If this is something the creators of pygame.org are interested in then
> chime in, I would also consider designing a new logo for pygame too if
> interested - perhaps include the old but bring it into the 21st century.
> Sorry if this isnt appropriate topic for these boards. Im happy to take it
> somewhere else if requested.
> Just food for thought.
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