R. David Murray added the comment:

I don't know.  If it is would be in wherever "documenting Python" is these 
days.  The policy is that only the versions in active maintenance are 
automatically rebuilt.  3.2 is technically no longer in maintenance, it's just 
that there are reasons that we are delaying the final release. But I remember 
Georg answering this question on one forum or another, saying that the switch 
in which versions get built happens when the new version's pages move from 
default to release.  (So, it is always somewhat before the final release of the 
previous maintenance version.)


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