You mean the jupyter Community Forum image that appears when I scroll to the top of this page? I think the font size of “Community Forum” is way too small, compared to the “jupyter”. I can just about read it without zooming in, and I’m sitting at a big monitor.
Jupyter is represented by the logo on the left, and by the huge letters. As a rough guess, it accounts for 80% of the image area, with only seven letters. Then twice as many letters are squeezed into the remaining 20% of the area. To me, that resembles the fine-print in written contracts, where the other party hopes that you’ll never bother to read it before signing.
If the words “Community Forum” are relevant, they should be big enough to be easily discernible. If they are not relevant, then why put them there at all?