On Wed, 7 Sept 2022 at 22:43, Glyph firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Great work, Adi. Thanks for getting another release out!
My work here was easy... just follow the docs... red tape, robot work, read the docs do what you are instructed to do :)
Thanks to all the other contributors who did real work across all the PR merged in the last release.
I just want to highlight once again, that the Twisted release manager role is open to anyone who was some time and wants to volunteer.
I will do my best to continue helping with the releases. At the same time, I am more than happy to see someone else drive the releases.
On Sep 7, 2022, at 2:14 PM, Adi Roiban email@example.com wrote:
Twisted 22.8.0 was released
It is available for download from PyPi
Release notes on GitHub
I plan to do the next release over the end of the year holiday.
If required we can have another release at any other time.
The release process is pretty much automated and anyone can pick up the role of the release manager and drive a new release.
The process is documented here: https://docs.twisted.org/en/latest/development/release-process.html
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