> Where do we put links to such projects?
> Maybe merge the list of sandbox projects in web/index.txt _ and
> the project list in sandbox/README.txt into a docs/user/projects.txt
> file? And then add a link from the homepage to that file?
Should such links be part of the project itself (project documentation
in "docutils" repository) or part of the web page ("web" repository)?
I think perhaps the latter. Any reason to move the links into the
project core? It's more marketing material than documentation IMO,
which is more suited to the web site exclusively.
> We could collect such things at some place, like
> docs/user/rst/usecases.txt (need to come up with a better name).
> Regarding, what to put into such a document, I'm confident we'll
> find more use cases of reST (e.g. David Abrahams' and Aleksey
> Gurtovoy's book "C++ Template Metaprogramming"); if we make a call
> on the mailing list, we'll probably get a nice list
I have a bunch of Docutils-related 3rd-party bookmarks, gathered from
notices received & occasional Google searches. They're organized in
* Articles About Docutils
* Uses of Docutils -- interesting cases of Docutils use
* Applications of Docutils -- applications where Docutils has been
extended and/or used as a library
> Then we could also remove the "Testimonials" section in web/rst.txt,
> which is outdated and not too interesting (IMO). It's much more
> interesting to know what people actually *did* with reST.
+0 on "Testimonials".
+1 on reorganizing the whole web site; it could use it.
David Goodger <http://python.net/~goodger>