In an effort to reduce some of the complexity and possible differences in the translated versions of its documentation, the Symfony project is removing those from the main website and splitting them into their own sections.
A few days ago, we updated the documentation section on symfony.com to remove the French and Italian community translations. From now on, on this website you will only find the original English documentation.
The main reason behind this decision is that when developers browse the documentation published on symfony.com, they must be sure that the contents are always the right ones. In the case of a translation, this means that all its contents in all branches must always be perfectly synced with the original English version.
The English version sees quite a bit of activity and the translated versions (with a lower contributor count) aren't always in sync. They've split out two of the translations and will now have them coordinated each by their own community leader: French and Italian