Re: Move to python 2.2 as default release?
> On Aug 14, Laura Creighton wrote:
> > The new Python Business Forum (www.python-in-business.com) is
> what is this? The link is dead. Is this the former PSA?
Try www.python-in-business.org. It's a Swedish non-profit created
earlier this year.
> Guido van Rossum writes:
> > > Now, if 2.3 won't be stable until well into next year (as opposed to
> > > the schedule in PEP 283), then we may want to target 2.2.x as our
> > > default version.
> > Which version of PEP 283 are you referring to? It once had us release
> > the final version around the end of August. But the current version
> > says his:
> > There is currently no defined schedule. We hope to do the final
> > release before the end of 2002, but if important projects below
> > are delayed, even that may be delayed.
> ok, fine. "hope to release ..." is a bit long. I'll prepare packages
> making 2.2 the default, introducing experimental 2.3 packages and drop
> > To which I should probably add that that's the schedule for 2.3. If
> > things go as they went for 2.0, 2.1 and 2.2, there will be a 2.3.1
> > bugfix update 3-6 months after 2.3 is released, and that would be the
> > first time I'd be comfortable calling 2.3 stable.
> which is why I wanted to make 2.2 the default for woody... we have a
> stable 2.2.1, which is not the default.
Too bad. :-(
--Guido van Rossum (home page: http://www.python.org/~guido/)