[Python-Dev] RELEASED Python 2.3 (final)
Wed, 30 Jul 2003 15:30:56 +0200
On Wednesday 30 July 2003 03:08 pm, Skip Montanaro wrote:
> Tim> "Scratch your own itch." If you think 2.2.4 is a good idea, do
> Tim> some backporting for it; if Martin doesn't, that's cool too. I'm
> Tim> going to ignore the 2.2 line in my spare time (it doesn't scratch
> Tim> any itch I have).
> I thought 2.2 was supposed to be Py-in-a-tie. I would think 2.2.4 would
> scratch the Python Business Forum's itch. Is there anybody from that
> august group listening to python-dev who can speak up about their plans?
The current proposal in the PBF mailing list is to move to 2.3 as "Python in
a tie" as soon as 2.3's stability/solidity is widely confirmed. I have heard
no voices against that idea so far, and just a few in favour (in July and/or
August most European business slows down due to vacations, and most PBF
members are in Europe). How that would play (in terms of time and dates) with
the timing of a 2.2.4 release, I don't know.