[Soap-Python] Soaplib beat1 released into the wild
burak.arslan at arskom.com.tr
Sat Jan 22 12:24:45 CET 2011
On 01/21/11 09:38, Michael Wood wrote:
> On 21 January 2011 00:53, Chris Austin <chris at sydneysys.com> wrote:
>> We are pleased to announce 2.1.0-beta1 of soaplib. This introduces
>> significant API changes since the 2.1.0-alpha released in Sept 2010.
> Great :)
>> This release also marks the transition to new maintainers (Brad Allen
>> and Chris Austin), and a new repository location indicated on the new
>> PyPI record ( https://github.com/soapapistas/soaplib).
> Ummm... can't we go 2 months without changing the location of the
> repository? :) What happened to github.com/soaplib/soaplib?
> Actually, I see the soapapistas link gives a 404 error (like the one
> mentioned by Ovnicraft for the Sphinx docs) so is
> https://github.com/soaplib/soaplib still the correct URL for the
>> We are interested in establishing a robust community process to
>> encourage adoption and contribution. Please let us know if you have
>> input on how we can get there; the goal is to provide a solid
>> end-to-end choice for working with SOAP using Python.
> I've only been using soaplib for a couple of months, and it's great,
> but one thing that's a little confusing is the proliferation of
> unfinished branches. i.e 0.8 beta, 1.0 beta, 2.0 alpha, 2.1 beta.
> I realise this is probably just because of the history of the project,
> but it would be a lot less confusing if someone could just tag a 1.0
> final release or something so that someone who wants stable and
> working code (even if it's not guaranteed to be bug free) knows what
> to use.
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