Congrats, you made it through 2016! Read the Docs has been rolling along, and we’ve had another interesting year as well.
For a quick summary:
2015 has been another great year for Read the Docs. We’ve addressed some long-standing issues like not having Markdown support, and built a number of wonderful tools for the documentation community.
You can always see our stats for the last 30 days.
2014 has been another banner year for Read the Docs. The project has been steadily growing in the open source ecosystem, expanding a good deal outside of the Python community. We have built a bunch of fantastic new features, and continued improving the documentation experience for the open source world.
You can always see our latest 30 days stats at http://www.seethestats.com/site/readthedocs.org.
2013 has been a big year for Read the Docs. Our mission is to make documentation hosting easier, with the overall goal of increasing the quality of documentation in the programming world. I believe that we have been doing good work towards that goal, and I want to share some numbers to reflect our progress.
Our community has been great this year. I have been really happy to see a few people submit multiple patches and features. This year, we had: