Moved discussion from Github issue #2132
Colin suggested splitting out the PyMC3 API docs / tutorials from the more academic (“What is Bayes theorem?”) documentation.
Readthedocs provides versioning and hosting for sphinx docs and would be a great solution for the API docs.
Readthedocs should really be the way to go: http://pymc3.readthedocs.io/en/rtd-docs/ (thanks to @owlas for setting this up)
This is now on http://pymc3-testing.readthedocs.io/en/rtd-docs/ - which (I hope) releases the pymc3 slug so you can use that.
Great to see the docs building now at http://pymc3.readthedocs.io/en/latest
Could we enable builds for stable - latest - and 3.0 ?
We should, and the “stable - latest - and 3.0” build should be sufficient. @twiecki ?
Agreed, that sounds right.