This is the latest iteration on the Attract project. We are building a unified framework called Pillar. Pillar will combine Blender Cloud and Attract. You can see Pillar in action on the Blender Cloud.
The icons on the website are drawn using a custom font, stored in [pillar/web/static/font](pillar/web/static/font). This font is generated via Fontello by uploading [pillar/web/static/font/config.json](pillar/web/static/font/config.json).
Note that we only use the WOFF and WOFF2 formats, and discard the others supplied by Fontello.
After replacing the font files & config.json, edit the Fontello-supplied font.css to remove all font formats except woff and woff2. Then upload it to css2sass to convert it to SASS, and place it in [src/styles/font-pillar.sass](src/styles/font-pillar.sass).
Don't forget to Gulp!
Make sure your /data directory exists and is writable by the current user. Alternatively, provide a pillar/config_local.py that changes the relevant settings.
git clone email@example.com:pillar-python-sdk.git ../pillar-python-sdk pip install -e ../pillar-python-sdk pip install -U -r requirements.txt pip install -e .
The HDRi viewer uses Google VRView. To upgrade, get those files:
and place them in pillar/web/static/assets/vrview. Replace images/loading.gif in embed.min.js with static/pillar/assets/vrview/loading.gif.
You may also want to compare their index.html to our src/templates/vrview.jade.
Pillar requires Celery for background task processing. This in turn requires a backend and a broker, for which the default Pillar configuration uses Redis and RabbitMQ.
You can run the Celery Worker using manage.py celery worker.
Find other Celery operations with the manage.py celery command.