[python-committers] 3.0 branch is unfrozen
barry at python.org
Fri Nov 7 04:56:23 CET 2008
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On Nov 6, 2008, at 10:53 PM, Steve Holden wrote:
> Barry Warsaw wrote:
>> The release is done, so the branch is thawed. Now to make the
> Please do what you can to persuade people *not* to use this as a
> production release. Early signs are there may be a substantial "I'm
> going to download the latest version available" contingent.
This is just a release candidate, but you have a good point. We
should think about what we really want to say in the final
announcement. If you're good at writing these things (and I clearly
suck at it :), let me know and we'll try to coordinate.
> I know the testing will be good for 3.0, but we should remind people
> this is still early days for 3.0.
> Which reminds me, now 3.0 is final does this mean the Grand Library
> Reorganization has to wait until 4.0?
I overheard Guido say there will never be a Python 4.0 :)
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