This topic branches from our internationalization effort in Promoting Fortran in non-English languages.
After looking into enabling internationalization of the Fortran-lang webpage, we arrived at the conclusion that our current static side generator (jekyll) is simply not up for the job of hosting translated and localized content. Currently, I’m exploring sphinx as alternative static side generator, which many of you probably now from being Python’s main documentation tool.
So far the result looks quite okay, you can check it out here. It’s not complete yet and there is a lot of work left to be done. The source of this is hosted on my fork of the Fortran-lang webpage for now:
I’m looking for help on this effort, if you have experience with sphinx, sphinx-theming, restructuredtext, myst-markdown, bootstrap CSS, … basically everything. Any help is appreciated here. I’ve also opened an issue tracker and a discussion board at my fork, feel free to drop me feedback there as well.
Links to the tools I’m currently using for this: