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Re: [pygame] Update PyGame website?

Why isn't the documentation generated from source based comments with
something like Sphinx? Then all the updates/bug fixes could be done
though something like an issue tracker. If the pygame code was up on
github then individuals could fork, make fixes, send merge requests,
and there would never be spam issues.

On Mon, Nov 5, 2012 at 2:27 PM, Santiago Romero <sromero@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> I'm not volunteering to program a CMS out of python, or even to learn a
>> new CMS out of the ones I already know. But I like PyGame and think that
>> there needs to be a better reference site out there for it. Hopefully no one
>> will be insulted by my working on this one.
>  Are you all really sure that do you want to reinvent the wheel and program
> a CMS having lots of CMSs already working and available, with spam control,
> plugins, support communities, etc???
>  I think you should focus on PYGAME WEBSITE CONTENTS, not on the pygame
> website itself.
>  Yes, it would be nice to have it coded under Python, but it will take
> months, possible bugs, lot of work, lot of effort, etc etc and maybe it's
> better to put all this work on reorganize contents, enhance documentation,
> etc etc etc.
>  Just my 2 cents.
> --
> Santiago Romero
> Ubuntu GNU/Linux
> http://www.sromero.org

Ryan Hope, M.S.
CogWorks Lab
Cognitive Science Department
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute