Thanks to everyone for your patience as we worked to get the Docs Workgroup off the ground.
As you may have remembered, Carol Willing and Ned Batchelder brought forward the topic of CPython Documentation https://pyfound.blogspot.com/2020/04/cpython-documentation-next-5-years.html at last year's Python Language Summit.
The topic has been further discussed at last year's virtual Python core dev's sprint, and Carol has worked on the Docs WG charter https://docs.google.com/document/d/175bjJA7hKRaqvLjiRXSvUxKgGWGJ5RMuW-jYKUsXm8c/edit. Please see the group charter doc linked above to understand the purpose, goals, group values, and guidelines of the Docs WG.
We've been working to move the Docs Workgroup forward. We'll share more details at next month's Python Language Summit. For now, here's some high level information:
- The initial workgroup members are: Carol, Mariatta, Ned Batchelder, and Julien Palard. Additionally, the Python Steering Council are permanent members of the WG. - Work on this group will be organized on the python/docs-community GitHub repository. The charter information and meeting notes will be posted there. - The Documentation category on Discourse https://discuss.python.org/c/core-dev/documentation/26 will be the main communication channel between the WG and the wider Python community - We will scheduling monthly meetings for the team to meet - We’re still working on the logistics on taking in new members to the group. We’ll keep you updated!
Mariatta & Carol