After a lot of combined hard work, the move of the manual to the Sphinx documentation system is finally as good as complete. Check it out!
The new system makes the manual easier to navigate, integrates the API reference more tightly into the manual, allows us to export the manual to other formats (such as .pdf), allows us to host the documentation for multiple Panda versions side-by-side, and offers many other advantages that generally save time or improve the quality of the documentation. We’re most excited, however, about the fact that anyone can now contribute to the manual via GitHub pull requests, so that the documentation is now truly a collaborative effort.
There are still a couple of things that we want to take care of, such as creating a better landing page, adding a C++ API reference, and integrate any suggestions from the community before we fully replace the old manual and API reference.
Please let us know your opinions here, and file any issues you might encounter on the issue tracker:
Many thanks to brakhane, Moguri, tcdude, treamous, Kupoman and others for all their help in this effort!