Hello fellow core developers and testers, as documented in PEP 569, we're less than 72 hours away from tagging the release candidate of Python 3.8.0. Ideally we'd only need one.
Sadly, at the moment we're looking rather miserable release-blocker wise:
The buildbots look better but they're also not perfect (there's too much red in recent history):
If you're on any of the release blockers, please work on fixing them ASAP. If you're not on any release blockers, please avoid any commits to 3.8 for the time being. The release candidate should ideally *be* 3.8.0, we don't want any untested last-minute changes.
Stabilizingly y'rs - Ł