[Python-Dev] PEP 407: New release cycle and introducing long-term support versions
"Martin v. Löwis"
martin at v.loewis.de
Fri Jan 20 00:54:00 CET 2012
> I can't help noticing that so far, worries about the workload came mostly from
> people who don't actually bear that load (this is no accusation!), while those
> that do are the proponents of the PEP...
Ok, so let me add then that I'm worried about the additional work-load.
I'm particularly worried about the coordination of vacation across the
three people that work on a release. It might well not be possible to
make any release for a period of two months, which, in a six-months
release cycle with two alphas and a beta, might mean that we (the
release people) would need to adjust our vacation plans with the release
schedule, or else step down (unless you would release the "normal"
feature releases as source-only releases).
FWIW, it might well be that I can't be available for the 3.3 final
release (I haven't finalized my vacation schedule yet for August).
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