OK, so what's the set of versions you'd like to see?

On Mon, 30 Mar 2015 at 16:03 Daniel Greenfeld <pydanny@gmail.com> wrote:
Richard,

If you look at https://www.djangopackages.com you'll see that 631
packages are Python 3 compatible out of 2714 listed. This number has
been growing steadily, as package maintainers have learned that they
can get listed there by utilizing the trove classifier system. It
wasn't hard for us to get that started.

Since compatibility for packages across Django version is a big deal,
having this on PyPI and downstream tools like Django Packages will be
an immense help to the Django ecosystem.

--Danny

On Sun, Mar 29, 2015 at 9:58 PM, Richard Jones <richard@python.org> wrote:
> Hi James,
>
> I tend to just require that there already exists a number of packages that
> would use the classifier. Sounds like that's the case?
>
>
>      Richard
>
> On Mon, 30 Mar 2015 at 15:50 James Bennett <ubernostrum@gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>> Following up on some IRC discussion with other folks:
>>
>> There is precedent (Plone) for PyPI trove classifiers corresponding to
>> particular versions of a framework. So I'd like to get feedback on the idea
>> of expanding that, particularly in the case of Django.
>>
>> The rationale here is that the ecosystem of Django-related packages is
>> quite large, but -- as I know all too well from a project I'm working on
>> literally at this moment -- it can be difficult to ensure that all of one's
>> dependencies are compatible with the version of Django one happens to be
>> using.
>>
>> Adding trove classifier support at the level of individual versions of
>> Django would, I think, greatly simplify this: tools could easily analyze
>> which packages are compatible with an end user's chosen version, there'd be
>> far less manual guesswork, etc., and the rate of creation of new classifiers
>> would be relatively low (we tend to have one X.Y release/year or
>> thereabouts, and that's the level of granularity needed).
>>
>> Assuming there's consensus around the idea of doing this, what would be
>> the correct procedure for getting such classifiers set up and maintained?
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