Documentation Community Team Meeting (November 2022)#

  • Date: 2022-11-07

  • Time: 19:30 UTC

  • This HackMD: https://hackmd.io/@encukou/pydocswg1

  • Discourse thread (for November)

  • Calendar event: (send your e-mail to Mariatta for an invitation)

  • How to participate:

    • Go to Google Meet and ask to be let in.

    • To edit notes, click the “pencil” or “split view” button on the [hackMD document] (https://hackmd.io/@encukou/pydocswg1). You need to log in (e.g. with a GitHub account).

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Roll call#

  • Mariatta / @mariatta

  • Jim DeLaHunt / @JDLH

  • Ezio Melotti / @ezio-melotti

  • Erlend Aasland / @erlend-aasland

  • Hugo van Kemenade / @hugovk

  • Ned Batchelder / @nedbat

  • C.A.M. Gerlach / @CAM-Gerlach

  • Petr Viktorin / @encukou (second half)

Quick updates - Introductions#

60 second updates on things you have been up to, questions you have, or developments you think people should know about. Please add yourself, and if you do not have an update to share, you can pass.

  • Mariatta: Python BR keynote

  • Jim DeLaHunt: pass

  • Ezio: devguide, CSV with status of Python branches, OpenGraph metadata for devguide et al., catching up after a busy month

  • Erlend: getting help from Cam on two huge PRs on SQLite docs

  • Hugo: OpenGraph extension on DevGuide, created PR on Sphinx extension to improve SEO, now does meta description in addition to meta og:..., plus bug fix in dirhtml used to generate the pages.

  • Cam: attended core dev sprint, helped a lot of people get things done. Will work on whats new. New Sphinx roles for linking Python source code & GitHub. automate checking if things added in new version is documented, docstrings updated, deprecation tracking.

Agenda items#

  • (Alex) “object doesn’t have an __enter__/__exit__ yet docs say it does” might be interesting to discuss

    • concern with renaming/changing text will break links (specifically, fragment parts of URL e.g. #object.__enter__).

    • it’s better to add a paragraph above explaining it. even though readers may not read the paragraph, at least we can still point people to it, instead of breaking links.

  • Infrastructure & detecting/avoiding broken links

Discussion#

‘Internal’ items#

For and about the Community or Working Group

  • Better time slot for the meeting

    • Maybe let’s alternate the Monday slot with another time, so other ppl can join?

    • CAM to start a poll for a good time slot. (Poll now live)