[Tracker-discuss] [issue119] Tracker Documentation

Éric Araujo metatracker at psf.upfronthosting.co.za
Wed Jul 20 17:31:25 CEST 2011

Éric Araujo <merwok at netwok.org> added the comment:

I think the bugs page in the standard docs is fine as it is: a minimal page with links.  As it is released with Python, too much detail would become obsolete and do more harm than good.

The devguide should IMO be the main page to document the bug tracker: we can update and publish it independently of Python, and make it as long as we need.

The two wiki pages are IMO obsoleted by the devguide page.  Merging their content and making them redirects is fine by me.

About ease of contribution of the wiki: I think that the Python wiki is not a successful, thriving, well-maintained resource with an active community, whereas the official docs and devguide are well-tended and open to contributions through bug reports and email to docs at .  I look forward to the Sphinx extension that lets people send patches directly from the HTML pages.

nosy: +eric.araujo

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