[Python-Dev] 2.2.1 release mechanics
Mon, 08 Apr 2002 18:28:57 -0400
>> I expect so, but it's gotten confused. Since I got up today <wink>,
>> + I'm building a 2.1.3 Windows installer too.
> Which you offered to do earlier this weekend.
Sure, but it was left undecided then -- I offer to do a lot of things it
turns out nobody wants <wink>.
>> + I believe we're no longer uploading anything to SF, although I'm
>> not sure Michael and Anthony both believe that.
> AFAIK they were cc'ed on the msgs where that was decided.
Then perhaps I wasn't. I only deduced it indirectly from one piece of email
that *suggested* it might be the case, buried in a layer or two of quoting.
So I believe it's prudent to make sure everyone who was supposed to get that
email actually did (esp. since I don't believe I did, unless it's hiding in
one of the 100+ new "stability" emails I haven't had time to open yet).
>> + A very recent msg from Guido said we were releasing 2.2.1 today
>> too, which is ahead of Michael's schedule (in response to the
>> 2.1.3 Windows semi-surprise, I had intended to push 2.2.1 Windows
>> off to Tuesday night).
> Fine with me. I didn't mean the reference to "tonight" as a directive
> to the release manager, it was what *I* believed, sorry if I was
> wrong. This is Michael's call.
Cool. Michael has stuck to his release schedule since announcing it, and I
see no reason we can't meet it.