[Numpy-discussion] docs.scipy.org -- new site for the documentation marathon
Sun Oct 26 12:25:07 CDT 2008
Thanks so much for doing this. It looks great.
On Sun, Oct 26, 2008 at 7:13 AM, Pauli Virtanen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Now, the role of docs.scipy.org warrants discussion, because on the one
> hand, the domain "docs.scipy.org" looks very official, and on the other
> hand, "scipy.org/Documentation" claims to be the place for official
> documentation. What do you think: should we use the current front page
> of docs.scipy.org, shifting the focus and entry point of documentation
> to the Sphinx-generated pages, or still keep the focus on the Moin wiki
> at scipy.org?
docs.scipy.org should be the official documentation. The Moin wiki
documentation served its purpose, but now there is something much
I propose that the 'Documentation' sidebar on http://www.scipy.org/
point to http://docs.scipy.org. Eventually, I would like to see all
the content from http://www.scipy.org/Documentation move into the
Sphinx-based system (and then we can just delete the Moin page).
Until that happens we can just leave the link on http://docs.scipy.org
Also I have cross-posted my response to the numpy list, but let's have
this discussion on the scipy developer's list going forward.
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