[Python-Dev] Currently adding known 2.6 showstoppers to the tracker
barry at python.org
Mon Mar 17 20:46:01 CET 2008
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On Mar 17, 2008, at 12:28 PM, Brett Cannon wrote:
> Right now at the sprint I am going through a list of issues Neal and I
> compiled of what needs to happen to get 2.6/3.0 out the door (although
> the list is pretty much 2.6-specific). They are all being flagged as
> "immediate" priority. Hopefully it won't take too long to add all of
> them (although the list ain't short =).
> If you want to see the list, Martin added a pre-defined Showstoppers
> search to make it easy to list everything that is set to "immediate".
I'm going to use "immediate" to mark issues that must be fixed before
the next release, which includes alpha releases. So I think "urgent"
is a better priority to use for things that have to get fixed in
2.6/3.0. We can bounce these issues up higher if we want to fix them
before the next alpha of course.
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