Unification of used images in trainig material
One of the outcomes is a re-organization of the already existing Python training material. Previously, it was one long Jupyter Notebook. We want to break it up into more digestible bits. The idea is then to link to static/interactive notebooks from the relevant "activity" section if python is chosen.
It is already very nice that all teaching material (I mean the language agnostic parts that only work with concepts) in this repo follows the same structure. I know that one of the ideas of this repo is to provide a set of example images that are free to use for everyone. This is great of course. I just want to make a point for not using different images in the example teaching materials.
The benefit I see for users is that they don't get distracted by peculiarities of new images in every concept they have to grasp. It could still be part of exercises to apply concepts to different images to better understand the effects.
What are your opinions on using the same image (or set of images) in all teaching examples?