The Google Summer of Code is nearly over and it's time to present some results. First of all every project we made can be considered successful, the team was great and I hope to be able to work with the others in the future to achieve new great things. However let's get to the point: As some of you already now Sphinx has now Python 3.x support in trunk which means that with the next non-bugfix release you will be able to use Sphinx with Python 3.x.
In separate branches which are hopefully merged soon into trunk we have i18n support, this allows you to build gettext message catalogs which contain ids as comments which you can use to identify messages which have been changed in the documentation. Another great achievement is websupport, this allows you to create web applications using Sphinx with server-side search, comments on paragraphs and code blocks and proposals to change the documentation from users.
My contribution to i18n and websupport has been an AST based merging algorithm which allows you to easiely track changes across multiple builds of the documentation. This makes it possible to identify changes to the documentation so that we don't have to delete all the comments with every documentation rebuild.