Donald fixed that, so now it builds from the PyPA twine repo, but
there's still a config issue. I submitted to fix it and welcome reviews.

On 02/12/2018 04:33 PM, Jason R. Coombs wrote:
> Looking at, 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 
> <<>> wrote:
> I’ve been doing some work on creating developer documentation for twine.  
> Some PRs[1]  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 [2].
> 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.
> [1] for instance:
> [2]

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