On Apr 11, 2017, at 18:29, Carol Willing email@example.com wrote:
While RTD may or may not be right for docs.python.org, I think it's worth looking at least mirroring the CPython docs on RTD. An added benefit for hosting on RTD is that there is lots of documentation around for using Sphinx/RTD which provides an opportunity for attracting more contributors to documentation and community management.
I guess I don't see the value of maintaining a RTD mirror for CPython docs as long as we are also serving the documents from docs.python.org, something which I think we need to continue to do. There is a fair amount of work that goes on behind the scenes with each release for maintaining the docs, not all of which is included in the docs source itself, things like updating symlinks and redirects and what not. Adding the mirror seems like adding extra work for no gain. And how would Sphinx documentation not also apply to the current CPython docs as served on docs.python.org?
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