Wow, a huge thanks to everyone named (as well as you, Nick ;) for persevering and getting this through.


On 22 August 2014 22:34, Nick Coghlan <ncoghlan@gmail.com> wrote:
I just pushed Donald's final round of edits in response to the
feedback on the last PEP 440 thread, and as such I'm happy to announce
that I am accepting PEP 440 as the recommended approach to identifying
versions and specifying dependencies when distributing Python
software.

The PEP is available in the usual place at
http://www.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0440/

It's been a long road to get to an implementation independent
versioning standard that has a feasible migration path from the
current pkg_resources defined de facto standard, and I'd like to thank
a few folks:

* Donald Stufft for his extensive work on PEP 440 itself, especially
the proof of concept integration into pip
* Vinay Sajip for his efforts in validating earlier versions of the PEP
* Tarek Ziadé for starting us down the road to an implementation
independent versioning standard with the initial creation of PEP 386
back in June 2009, more than five years ago!

Regards,
Nick.

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