Old documentation pages don't all point to current docs
|Reported by:||pb@…||Owned by:||jacob|
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The old documentation home page (http://www.djangoproject.com/documentation/0_90/) has a helpful pointer to the current documentation, but none of its sub-pages do. If a new user lands on one of those pages from Google (including the in-page Google search) they have no way to know that they're not looking at the docs for the current version.
Maybe add a note (with link) in the sidebar navigation, or at the top of non-current pages. For example, all the Apache 1.3 docs have a "Is this the version you want?" message at the top of the page.