OpenStack Manuals supplies its own CSS which looks similar if not identical to openstackdocstheme

Bug #1751795 reported by Rob Cresswell on 2018-02-26
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openstack-manuals
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Andreas Jaeger (jaegerandi) wrote :

we developed those in different steps - and nobody had time to merge it.

In theory we could use one set of these for all of docs.openstack.org. So, remove from openstackdocstheme and only have it in openstack-manuals.

We haven't done that yet so that openstackdocstheme can be build and tested offline without changes in another repo.

I'm aware of these requirements:

1) building of standalone html pages that can be viewed offline
2) easy revieweing changes on review.openstack.org (today content available via build-sphinx-docs)
3) Offline testing for both openstackdocstheme and openstack-manuals

If you want to give it a try, please provide a short design summary, perhaps a spec.

Note: I really would like to find a solution that we need to store CSS only at a single place on the website (or single per release) instead of right now with each document and the index pages.

Changed in openstack-manuals:
importance: Undecided → Wishlist
Petr Kovar (pmkovar) on 2018-04-18
Changed in openstack-manuals:
status: New → Triaged
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