(Andrey Fedorov) #1

Is something that is supposed to be usable or “previewable”?

Currently, the link shows the below, which I am not sure corresponds to the description of that resource:


According to the readme at

This project hosts the Slicer API documentation served from

(Andrey Fedorov) #2

Maybe it is superseded by Should we remove “preview” from the github organization if this is the case? Some users may discover this resource by browsing the Slicer GitHub organization content.

(Jean Christophe Fillion Robin) #3

The “Details” link leads to the website.

(Jean Christophe Fillion Robin) #4

If you would like to add more details, you could update the index.html page available at:

(Andrey Fedorov) #5

Makes sense now that you explain it! Thanks! Should I make a pull request to replace

This project hosts the Slicer API documentation served from


This project hosts the preview of Slicer API documentation associated with PRs, served from


(Jean Christophe Fillion Robin) #6

In fact, no need for a PR, I suggest you directly update these two files (you already have push access):

To understand the rational for updating the two files, you could read here

(Andrey Fedorov) #7

Sounds good, I will look later. If I am the only one confused, no need to make any changes. Let’s leave as is.

(Jean Christophe Fillion Robin) #8

The change makes complete sense :+1: