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DOC: Web-site release notes, and some updates on front page. #522

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@@ -30,17 +36,13 @@ See :ref:`older highlights <old_highlights>`.
Announcements
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- The creators of Dipy will attend both ISMRM and HBM 2014. Come and meet us!

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Hi can you make an old announcements page and add those there? Rather than delete them?

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Will do

We closed a total of 347 issues, 139 pull requests and 208 regular issues;
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Yep - almost an issue a day.

On Fri, Dec 26, 2014 at 1:17 PM, Eleftherios Garyfallidis <
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In doc/release0.8.rst
#522 (diff):

+* Jean-Christophe Houde
+* Kesshi jordan
+* Marc-Alexandre Cote
+* Matthew Brett
+* Matthias Ekman
+* Matthieu Dumont
+* Mauro Zucchelli
+* Maxime Descoteaux
+* Michael Paquette
+* Omar Ocegueda
+* Samuel St-Jean
+* Stefan van der Walt
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+We closed a total of 347 issues, 139 pull requests and 208 regular issues;
+this is the full list (generated with the script

WOWWW!!!


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Highlights
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**Dipy 0.7.1** is now available for :ref:`download <installation>` with **3X** more tutorials than 0.6.0! In addition, a `journal paper`_ focusing on teaching the fundamentals of Dipy is now available in Frontiers of Neuroinformatics.

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This should go to old_highlights too. Sorry just spotted that now.

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OK - done.

On Sat, Dec 27, 2014 at 11:31 AM, Eleftherios Garyfallidis <
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In doc/index.rst
#522 (diff):


Highlights


-Dipy 0.7.1 is now available for :ref:download <installation> with 3X more tutorials than 0.6.0! In addition, a journal paper_ focusing on teaching the fundamentals of Dipy is now available in Frontiers of Neuroinformatics.

This should go to old_highlights too. Sorry just spotted that now.


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@@ -5,14 +5,20 @@ Diffusion Imaging In Python
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Dipy_ is a **free** and **open source** software project for
**diffusion** *magnetic resonance imaging* (dMRI) **analysis**.
**diffusion** *magnetic resonance imaging* (dMRI) **analysis** and multi-modal

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I would write something a bit less short. Look for example what I put in the g+ page. Here is a suggestion.

Dipy_ is a free and open source software project for
diffusion magnetic resonance imaging (dMRI) analysis. The goal of Dipy is to accelerate progress in dMRI beyond any known standards and become a paradigm for medical imaging. For this reason, we often start working in problems in diffusion that end up being useful in much larger communities. Look for example to our extraordinary multimodal diffeomorphic registration module implemented completely in Python and Cython.

Dipy is a free and open source software project focusing primarily on diffusion magnetic resonance imaging (dMRI) analysis. However, today Dipy brings solutions way beyond the realm of dMRI for example using its state-of-the-art multimodal registration mechanisms.

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I'm not sure what to do here. I leave this to you, after you merge this PR, to edit this as you see fit. We will also put a push into prettifying this website up towards 0.9!

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Okay no worries.

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Just put a stop in analysis. I mean leave it as it was before.

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I mean remove the registration parts. I might make a PR for that at a later stage.

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- The creators of Dipy will attend both ISMRM and HBM 2014. Come and meet us!
- A new **hands on Dipy** seminar to 50 neuroscientists from Canada, as part of QBIN's "Do's and dont's of diffusion MRI" workshop, 8 April, 2014.
- The creators of Dipy will attend both ISMRM and HBM 2015. Come and meet us!
- **dipy 0.8.0** released, 27 December 2014.

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Yeah, it will not happen today.. so maybe remove this line for now? Or say 28 December.

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OK - gotcha. I put January 2015, to be on the safe side.

On Sat, Dec 27, 2014 at 1:42 PM, Eleftherios Garyfallidis <
notifications@github.com> wrote:

In doc/index.rst
#522 (diff):

@@ -30,17 +36,15 @@ See :ref:older highlights <old_highlights>.
Announcements


-- The creators of Dipy will attend both ISMRM and HBM 2014. Come and meet us!
-- A new hands on Dipy seminar to 50 neuroscientists from Canada, as part of QBIN's "Do's and dont's of diffusion MRI" workshop, 8 April, 2014.
+- The creators of Dipy will attend both ISMRM and HBM 2015. Come and meet us!
+- dipy 0.8.0 released, 27 December 2014.

Yeah, it will not happen today.. so maybe remove this line for now? Or say
28 December.


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Merge pull request #522 from arokem/docs-for-release
DOC: Web-site release notes, and some updates on front page.

@Garyfallidis Garyfallidis merged commit 6490c30 into nipy:master Dec 28, 2014

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