It may sound controversial, but I think it's time to just remove multilingual docs.
Easier learning = bigger popularity of framework.
Part of learning process is actually searching for the answers. Searching for the docs. After new version of documentation came (don't remember, it's 1 or 2 years now since?) for me finding anything means just pain. I'm using multiple programming languages and cannot just remember full Phalcon API. Sometimes I need to look up even for simplest things, like "Textarea".
Look what I get:
Wasted time. These other-lanaguage docs are never complete anyway. One paragraph in Polish one in English. At the same time indexing of them just sucks, don't work. Why I get JP docs (empty) at the top is other thing. Have no idea. I only drive a Honda lol.
I don't have time to help, was only backing with couple of $ to help at least that way. Currently I need money but in future I will continue doing it, for sure.
What I vote for is:
- Remove all languages - Programmer who don't use english isn't programmer at all (as programming apis use english anyway),
- Redirect all to EN version so it will fix indexing,
- Create new search on-site (if you have time some day, I know it's not that easy),
- Rename all Documentation titles from "Class Phalcon\Cli\Console" to "Console (and smaller font: Class Phalcon\Cli\Console)". It should help in proper indexation. Google cannot read, remember.
I know there was some topic about it already. I just wanted to say that it's getting worse every month instead of improving.