[Python-Dev] Has python-dev collapsed?
amk at amk.ca
Wed Oct 29 22:14:54 CET 2008
On Wed, Oct 29, 2008 at 12:26:48AM +0100, Christian Heimes wrote:
> Maybe we should select an assistant release manager for the next
> releases. It's lots of work to handle two releases at the same time. A
Will 3.1 and 2.7 also be parallel releases? (I ask, not having read
the 3xxx PEPS at all.)
If yes, why? While I can see a case for 2.6/3.0 being in sync -- new
features in 2.6 ease the transition to 3.0 -- I'd imagine that 3.1
would be better with a shorter cycle (6-9 months) because there are
more possible rough edges to clean up. 3.1 would likely include
bugfixes from the eventual 2.7, so 3.1 might also trigger 2.6.1, but I
don't think there's any harm if 3.1 contains features or incompatible
fixes that are unavailable to 2.x users.
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