Commit 25845f4d authored by Louis's avatar Louis
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[doc] Use explicit protocol in URLs

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|sources| |pypi| |build| |documentation| |license|
An HTML dashboard to monitor your `PyPI packages <//pypi.python.org>`_. It
An HTML dashboard to monitor your `PyPI packages <http://pypi.python.org>`_. It
displays a line charts showing the evolution of downloads across versions, and
a set of badges (download statistics, `readthedocs <//readthedocs.io>`__ badge,
a set of badges (download statistics, `readthedocs <http://readthedocs.io>`__ badge,
continuous integration, etc.). See the example below.
|example|
It is available as a `command line interface
<//pypimonitor.readthedocs.io/en/latest/module.html#pypimonitor-httpd>`_ that
<http://pypimonitor.readthedocs.io/en/latest/module.html#pypimonitor-httpd>`_ that
generates the HTML code, and as a `web server
<//pypimonitor.readthedocs.io/en/latest/module.html#pypimonitor-httpd>`_, to
<http://pypimonitor.readthedocs.io/en/latest/module.html#pypimonitor-httpd>`_, to
generate and serve this dashboard.
What's new?
-----------
See `changelog
<//framagit.org/spalax/pypimonitor/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md>`_.
<http://framagit.org/spalax/pypimonitor/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md>`_.
What's next?
------------
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This package replaces a static page that I manually updated from times to times. It does what I need, so there is little chance that I will develop it further. However, I see two directions this project could take:
- break everything, remove every single line of python code, and rewrite everything in javascript, so that this can be served as a static page (from the server point of view) that can be published using github pages, readthedocs, etc., and conquer the world;
- or replace this quick and dirty web server using `your favorite web framework <//wiki.python.org/moin/WebFrameworks>`_, cache requests to the pypi API, publish it somewhere, and conquer the world.
- or replace this quick and dirty web server using `your favorite web framework <http://wiki.python.org/moin/WebFrameworks>`_, cache requests to the pypi API, publish it somewhere, and conquer the world.
I will do neither. But if you want to, you have my blessing… :)
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