On 11/06/2013 03:33 PM, Alexander Bokovoy wrote:
On Wed, 06 Nov 2013, Pablo Carranza wrote:
Have you guys/gals considered using Sphinx <http://sphinx-doc.org/>,
instead (perhaps, in conjunction with
Yes, we considered it.
Sphinx and ReadTheDocs are great for a library, but we're not really
making a library. The tools we have now work well for us.
That said, if we wanted to document ipapython or ipaldap and make them
available for projects other than IPA, I think Sphinx would be the tool
I'm not sure how it helps -- we need a wiki working on FreeIPA org, it
is part of our development routine to work jointly on feature
development and we use wiki for that purpose -- see
We also have no need to use alternative hosting, current one is fine, so
github is not really a solution.
The developer docs, HOWTOs, release info, etc. are fine on the wiki.
IPA's end-user documentation is in Docbook/Publican, hosted at
https://git.fedorahosted.org/git/docs/freeipa-guide.git -- once we make
it presentable we'll host the built docs on freeipa.org as well.
(Of course it's a Git repo, anyone is free to make a mirror on Github.
I'm sure you can find one :P)
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