[Python-Dev] PEP 407: New release cycle and introducing long-term support versions
g.brandl at gmx.net
Fri Jan 20 22:06:11 CET 2012
Am 20.01.2012 21:08, schrieb Tim Golden:
> On 20/01/2012 19:14, Georg Brandl wrote:
>> Am 20.01.2012 00:54, schrieb "Martin v. Löwis":
>>>> 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).
>> Thanks for the reminder, Martin. Even with the current release schedule,
>> I think that the load on you is too much, and we need a whole team of
>> Windows release experts. It's not really fair that the RM usually changes
>> from release to release (at least every 2), and you have to do the same
>> for everyone.
>> It looks like we have one volunteer already; if we find another, I think
>> one of them will also be not on vacation at most times :)
> I'm certainly happy to help out there. Like everyone I'm
> not always clear on my availability but the more people
> who know what needs to be done, the better ISTM.
Definitely. Thanks for volunteering, Tim!
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