we have such archives for every version that we release.
> then I am favorable, after all I don't think anyone is using Virgo < 3.5 these days.
> and no one seems to know how that used to happen in the past (I asked Glyn, Leo, Miles and Martin, the latter in person at the EclipseCon after his nice speach).
> I guess that is Visible in  because the most recent documentation is for the 3.7.0 M1 release and the following milestones do not exist.
> Any idea?
> On Thu, Nov 17, 2016 at 10:08 PM Violeta Georgieva <milesg78@xxxxxxxxx
>> We have different versions for Virgo documentation , but from the website one can browse only the latest stable/milestone version  and .
>> I think that it is better to remove the old versions. The documentation is still available as an archives.
>> What do you think?
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