Github user keith-turner commented on the issue:
> Also, this raises the question... do we really need apidocs published on
Personally, I like having the javadocs on the Fluo website. However I am
not opposed to dropping it from our website. I like that it will be less
work for us. Also, javadoc.io does not currently have any advertisements. I
looked at the source for javadoc.io, they seem to track using google analytics
which is ok w/ me.
We could put a base javadoc url in _config.yml. Then we can update all
javadoc links to use this base. This will allow use to easily switch in the
future if the website goes away or starts being sleazy in some way.
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