[Python-Dev] Python 3.0.1

Antoine Pitrou solipsis at pitrou.net
Tue Jan 27 22:49:58 CET 2009

Benjamin Peterson <benjamin <at> python.org> writes:
> At the moment, there are 4 release blockers for 3.0.1. I'd like to see
> 3.0.1 released soon (within the next month.) It would fix the hugest
> mistakes in the initial release most of which have been done committed
> since December. I'm sure it would be attractive enough with the nasty
> bugs fixed in it! Let's not completely open the flood gates.
> Releasing 3.1 in March or April also sounds good. I will be at least
> at the first day of sprints.

+1 on all Benjamin said.
The IO-in-C branch cannot be reasonably pulled in release30-maint, but it will
be ready for 3.1.
Speaking of which, testers are welcome (the branch is in branches/io-c). Also, I
need someone to update the Windows build files.



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