It is a well-known fact that real programmers do not document their code. If it was hard to write, it should be hard to understand and use. But this attitude might prove itself to be a bit problematic if we would like to get paid for our work. And because we do not want to see you all broke, we will show you how to document your Ansible collections using Sphinx.
If you would like to follow along and test the commands from this post on your computer, you will need to create a new virtual environment and clone the Sensu Go Ansible collection like this: