[Matplotlib-devel] Matplotlib 2.1 plans

Benjamin Root ben.v.root at gmail.com
Mon Jul 31 11:20:16 EDT 2017

Do we want to fix the prop-cycling issues/fill_between/bar issues I
discovered during SciPy, or might that be too invasive this close to
cutting the rc?

On Sat, Jul 29, 2017 at 9:31 PM, Thomas Caswell <tcaswell at gmail.com> wrote:

> Folks,
> This is a follow up to this weeks phone call notes (but with a better
> subject line).
> We currently have about 2 years worth of new feature development on the
> master branch waiting to be released!  We need to get 2.1 tagged and out
> the door which means we need to triage what will go in the release.  The
> goal is an RC by the end of August [1].
> One of the hard decisions is to delay the MEP 22/27 work to the next
> release [2].
> There are currently 651 issues and PRs tagged as 2.1 (and 162 as 2.0.3) so
> obviously not all of them are going to be fixed / merged for 2.1.  To that
> end, the current blockers for the release are tagged 'release critical'
> https://github.com/matplotlib/matplotlib/labels/Release%20critical and I
> am going to:
>  - rename the 2.0.3 milestone to 2.1.1
>  - start moving things from the 2.1 -> 2.2 milestones
> Until we tag the RC anything is still fair game to be merged.  If you know
> of any issues that you think are blockers please label them as such (or
> leave a comment).
> Tom
> [1] This is driven because I will be off the internet for the first 2
> weeks of Sept and very busy with day-job the last two weeks of Sept so
> missing this deadline means pushing the release back at least another month.
> [2] Despite my best intentions, I have not been able to devote enough time
> to review this, sorry oceanwolf
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