Thank you Adi! Very glad to see us collectively getting back on the release-management horse again! And it was super encouraging to see how quickly you were able to get this out, with all the automation that everyone (not least of all yourself) has been building to make this process faster and simpler.
It appears we've buried the lede on one of our biggest features in this release though - https://github.com/twisted/twisted/pull/1448/files
had no newsfile that shows up in the changelog, but it properly made Deferred into a generic, so I think this is the first release of Twisted where you might reasonably be able to use mypy without your own custom stub files! :)
Thanks Glyph and Thomas and Tom for the release notes feedback.
I was thinking that 21.7.0 is ready for the final review.
I am doing some fast-tracking here (as I now have some time)
But while writing this email, the python 3.8 and 3.9 version on GitHub VMs were updates and we now have broken tests in trunk and in the release branch
Please see if you can help with unlocking the release.
Thomas is already helping.
Either fix the issue, or decide if it's ok to release with this issue.
There was also another minor idna pypy update release blocker that was already fixed by Thomas.
I was planning to push the final release on
Saturday 17 of July, to allow for a full 1 week of feedback for the