Nobody is in charge: if you know of a problem, please fix it. All the HTML stuff is under CVS control, and all Python project members have commit access for it, same as for everything else in the Python source tree; it's just under the nondist branch instead of the dist branch.
Ok, changed in CVS. Is the answer to SF-FAQ question 1.3 still correct? That modified files have to manually uploaded to SF? That answer does not mention nondist/sf-html at all...
[Martin v. Loewis]
Ok, changed in CVS.
Is the answer to SF-FAQ question 1.3 still correct? That modified files have to manually uploaded to SF?
AFAIK, yes. I didn't write the question or the answer, though, and don't believe I read that part of the FAQ before. /F's pep2html.py script is used to generate the HTML form of PEPs, and its -i (install) option never worked for me on Windows, so I've always done that bit by hand.
Indeed, your changes didn't *show up* via the SF interface before I (just) did
scp sf-faq.html \ firstname.lastname@example.org:/home/groups/p/py/python/htdocs/
That answer does not mention nondist/sf-html at all...
It apparently doesn't mention a lot of things. But I'm not going to change it since I don't have a clear understanding of how this stuff works; I only know what I do by hand that works in the end.