Website and documentation
Documentation must be built using Python 3. Additionally, extra requirements must be installed, which may be done through pip install -r docs/requirements.txt (note: you must run this from the root of the repository).
You must also have make installed in order to use the supplied Makefile.
Building and viewing locally
With the necessary requirements installed, the documentation can be built using the command make html. Once generated, the resulting pages can be viewed by opening _build/html/index.html in your webbrowser of choice.
Publishing to Read the Docs
Note: This is only relevant to project maintainers
Read the Docs should rebuild the site automatically when new commits are pushed. When new project releases are made, it may be necessary to add the new version and remove older versions (to prevent clutter in the version drop-down). This can be done at https://readthedocs.org/dashboard/errbot/versions/.