Looking at https://readthedocs.org/projects/twine/, I see dstufft is the owner and it’s configured to build from GitHub://dstufft/twine.git.
On 12 Feb, 2018, at 14:00, Laura Hampton <lhamp...@gmail.com<mailto:lhamp...@gmail.com>> wrote: I’ve been doing some work on creating developer documentation for twine. Some PRs for the twine docs have been merged, and are now included in the repo. While I was doing this work, I realized that the twine docs have a Read the Docs homepage but aren’t available on Read the Docs . In my understanding, someone has to have an account with the rights to set up the hooks in Read the Docs so that the twine docs can be displayed there, and so that any merged PRs show up there automatically. Whose account has these rights, and can they set up the hooks for us? One thing most developers do before deciding to contribute to a project is check that there is documentation, and having the twine developer docs easily findable on Read the Docs would be helpful in attracting new contributors.  for instance: https://github.com/pypa/twine/pull/296  https://twine.readthedocs.io/en/latest/