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Good questions for Stack Overflow would be:
- “What is the best way to structure the table of contents across a project?”
- “How do I structure translations inside of my project for easiest contribution from users?”
- “How do I use Sphinx to use SVG images in HTML output but PNG in PDF output?”
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