Paul Carduner wrote:
On Apr 5, 2008, at 12:11 PM, Martin Aspeli <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
There's no content that isn't visible to anonymous on the site.
Basically, we originally thought we would have one
documentation/"learn" section for all Zope technologies. However, it
seemed to make more sense to have a folder for each sub-project
(zope 2, zope 3, cmf, zodb) and keep documentation there.
What questions do you have?
Ah now I understand and found the Zope 3 section. One question I have
is how the site might integrate with the apidoc tool. At least with
Zope 3, a lot of good updated documentation lives in the svn
repository in the form of Restructured .txt files. All it would take
to make these documents easier to find and read is to hook them into
apidoc and make a nicer skin for the apidoc book section with the look
and feel of the new site. Basically, I want to write documentation
once (in svn) and have it appear nicely formatted in multiple places:
pypi, apidoc, zope.org, and wherever else. Will this be possible/is it
part of the plan?
In the short term, I suggest we publish APIdocs standalone somewhere
like api.zope.org. I think it should be integrated eventually (and I
think this could be done quite nicely with a custom content type), but I
don't want to hold up publishing of the website for the sake of
We would then just link to this documentation as necessary.
Author of `Professional Plone Development`, a book for developers who
want to work with Plone. See http://martinaspeli.net/plone-book
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