[Python-Dev] [Python-3000] Code freeze?
barry at python.org
Thu Feb 28 23:07:03 CET 2008
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On Feb 28, 2008, at 4:03 PM, Eric Smith wrote:
> Barry Warsaw wrote:
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>> On Feb 28, 2008, at 2:49 PM, Christian Heimes wrote:
>>> Hey Barry!
>> Hi Christian!
>>> When are you planing to freeze the code of the trunk and branches/
>>> for the upcoming alpha releases? I'll merge the last
>>> modifications from
>>> 2.6 to 3.0 in a couple of minutes. All tests on Linux are looking
>>> except for the two profile tests on 3.0. I'm going to test
>>> Windows later.
>> Okay, let's go ahead and make it official.
>> I plan on cutting the alphas for 2.6 and 3.0 at about 6pm Eastern
>> (UTC-5) time or 2300 UTC. Let's freeze the tree one hour prior to
>> that: 2200 UTC Friday 29-Feb-2008.
> Argh! I was going to check the last of the PEP 3127 changes in
> tonight, but I won't make it by 6 pm EST. I have them finished, but
> no tests written, so I'm not comfortable checking them in yet. I
> guess it's no big deal that they slip until the next alpha.
Sorry, I notice my message might not have been clear. As of this
writing, you have 23 hours and 54 minute before code freeze :).
Code freeze: 2200 UTC 29-Feb-2008
Alpha making: 2300 UTC 29-Feb-2008
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