donald.stufft at gmail.com
Sat Oct 27 09:11:02 CEST 2012
On Saturday, October 27, 2012 at 2:22 AM, Nick Coghlan wrote:
> So that's my concrete proposal:
> 1. We pick a date (June next year sounds about right)
> 2. We pick a stable URL prefix for the Python 2 docs (I vote "/2.x/")
> 3. We start redirecting affected pages immediately
> 4. We add a notice like the one above to the home page of the 2.7
> docs, announce it on the PSF blog, announce it far and wide
Can we change /py3k/ to /3.x/ and redirect the old one to match?
Another idea is similar, but instead of doing /2.x/ always redirect the
the root of docs.python.org to the latest production release, so
right now /foo would redirect to /2.7/foo. This is even better for
maintaining links to the actual resource people meant to link
to. Could even include a header at the top of old versions saying that
"You are currently viewing the docs for 2.5. Click here to view the
docs for 2.7".
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