On woensdag, sep 24, 2003, at 10:15 Europe/Amsterdam, Anthony Baxter wrote:
Oh yeah - please hold off on the release23-maint branch for a bit, in case Jack wants to cut a 2.3.1 release for the Mac... Jack?
I don't know whether I'll find the time, give me until the end of the week to decide, please.
And off on a tangent: I think we need a python-dev-announce mailing list or something of the sort. I've been busy with Real Work the last month, and I only skim python-dev when I have time, so today is the first time I hear about 2.3.1 (and, being on a train without internet-access right now I can't even test it:-).
I'm not happy with this. For one thing, I haven't seen any indication that anyone tried a framework build on MacOSX, and how such a build interacts with the pre-installed 2.3 on Panther. Even though I wouldn't have had time to do any fixes for MacOSX that are on my plate I would at least have tested that 2.3.1 doesn't break anything...
I wouldn't mind a checklist of things that need to be tested (plus preferred people responsible for them) before a release goes out. -- - Jack Jansen Jack.Jansen@oratrix.com http://www.cwi.nl/%7Ejack - - If I can't dance I don't want to be part of your revolution -- Emma Goldman -