while I don't think our docs look particularly bad, freshening
up the looks a bit every now and then certainly is something
which should be considered to better show case the quality
of the product "Python".
In particular, it would make sense to bring the themes of the
main www.python.org website and the docs.python.org site closer
together, as there is a fairly dramatic break between the
two at the moment.
The same goes for the devguide.python.org and the wiki.python.org.
pypi.python.org is already a lot closer to the www.python.org
design and looks even fresher (it was launched in 2017, some time
after www.python.org, which was relaunched in 2014).
All this is mostly about marketing, though, so I'm not sure whether
this ML is the right place to discuss.
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On 30.04.2021 08:06, Abdur-Rahmaan Janhangeer wrote:
> A proposal to change the theme of the
> Python docs. Great softwares are not
> distinguished by docs crankiness and
> Though what's more important is the
> content, nevertheless it can be made
> more enjoyable to read.
> The Masonite docs for example is quite
> Kind Regards,
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