On 11 August 2017 at 17:34, Nick Coghlan <ncoghlan(a)gmail.com> wrote:
The relocated "default Python module" proposal is at
I'm not super fond of that auto-generated URL, nor do I like the
client-driven update process for pushing changes live, so I'm
wondering if ReadTheDocs might be a better option for publication,
rather than using Pagure's native static-site hosting.
After updating the theme to be more Fedora-ish (i.e. I took the Fedora
Modularity theme and removed the bits I didn't need), I ran into a
problem where the Pagure-hosted docs weren't rendering the Fedora
Loves Python logo correctly, even though that worked fine when
browsing the built docs locally, and even though choosing "View Image"
from the Firefox context menu took you to the correct SVG file.
So I decided to set up a build on ReadTheDocs instead, and that looks
to have just worked, including the logo rendering:
Since RTD's webhook support also solves the autobuild-on-commit
problem, I'm thinking that may be the better way to go (I'll just need
some other folks RTD usernames so I can add you as co-maintainers to
Nick Coghlan | ncoghlan(a)gmail.com | Brisbane, Australia