from now on there is a 3.3 branch in the main repo.
Until the last ordinary 3.2 bugfix release is done (which will be soon),
the usual procedure for 3.x will be to check into 3.2, merge into 3.3, and
then merge into default, except of course for a) fixes of 3.3-only features
and b) trivial things like typos that you don't feel have to be in 3.2.4.
default is now Python 3.4, and new features can be committed there.
When the binaries are built and all the fiddling with the web servers is
done, I'll announce the 3.3.0 release, and then go drink a large quantity
of champagne .
 If only I could afford it :)