[Python-Dev] RELEASED Python 2.3 (final)

Martin v. L÷wis martin@v.loewis.de
30 Jul 2003 06:53:54 +0200


"Brett C." <bac@OCF.Berkeley.EDU> writes:

> What happens to 2.2 work?  Since 2.3 will now be the last stable
> release should we even worry about backporting to 2.2?  I know it has
> been said that 2.2 would be a very stable version that would be around
> for a while, but I think Martin said that once 2.3 was out we would
> not really worry about 2.2 .

Did I really say that? I would not mind making a 2.1.4 release, even.

However, I don't think patches need to be backported to both 2.2 and
2.3 on a regular basis. Instead, if a patch seems "important enough"
to whoever commits it, that person should back-port it right away, so
that the release process for 2.2.4 does not involve a huge amount of
backporting.

If the PBF wants to have 2.2 more active than that, they would need to
nominate a maintainer for it, IMO.

Regards,
Martin