Moderation seems to be some job each one want to do in their own way.
-Django-monitor is a django-app to moderate model objects. It was started as
-a clone of `django-gatekeeper` project but with some different set of
-requirements.The name ``monitor`` is just to distinguish it from an existing
-project, `django-moderation`. (The terms, ``monitor`` and ``moderate`` are used
-with same meaning everywhere in the source.)
+Django-monitor is a django-app to moderate model objects. It was started as a
+clone of `django-gatekeeper` project but to meet certain business requirements.
+Read about those requirements it meet in the ``Features`` section.
Here, the moderation process is well integrated with django-admin. That is, all
moderation actvities are performed from within the changelist page itself.
-The detailed documentation is available at http://django-monitor.readthedocs.org/
-and in the ``docs/`` directory inside the source path.
+The detailed documentation is available at the following locations:
+* Within the ``docs/source/`` directory inside the source path.
-* Download the latest version from the bitbucket repo:
+#. Directly from the python package index: ::
* Install using the setuptools as given below: ::
$ python setup.py install
-* Or copy the ``django_monitor`` directory to some place in your python path.
+ * Get the latest version from the bitbucket repo:
-* Add 'django_monitor' to your project's ``settings.INSTALLED_APPS``.
+ * Install using the setuptools as given below: ::
+ $ python setup.py install
+ * If setuptools is not installed, you may copy the ``django_monitor``
+ directory to somewhere in your python path.
+#. Add 'django_monitor' to your project's ``settings.INSTALLED_APPS``.
from django.contrib import admin
-More details at http://django-monitor.readthedocs.org. Or check the `docs/`
-directory inside the source path, if you are working offline.
+More details given at the documentation locations mentioned above.