[Twisted-web] Twisted should have frequent-er stable releases

Christopher Armstrong radeex at gmail.com
Sun Jan 15 15:35:37 MST 2006

Speaking of which, I'm probably going to get together a Twisted
Weekend soon focused on killing bugs and doing a 2.2. I was going to
do it this past weekend, but didn't want to conflict with the
doc-vsprint. How about next weekend, or the weekend after?

To be fair, the automation around actually producing tarballs for
Twisted, all subprojects, and sumo is now pretty quick. There are
still lots of problems around web site maintenance and documentation
management (apart from the content itself), so that would be an
excellent place to put your effort.

On 1/16/06, Tommi Virtanen <tv at twistedmatrix.com> wrote:
> Andrea Arcangeli wrote:
> > This is exactly the point. When a bug happens, there should be a stable
> > release of twisted. As said above all twisted apps needs this, not just
> > Nevow.
> Yes. I agree. That would be a lot better than any "epsilon" package.
> Clearly what the community needs is a more automated build process, so
> we don't burn out our beloved Release Manager. Work on tools and
> automation would be very much appreciated, I am sure.
> I'd love to help but honestly don't have the time right now, I'm
> too busy to release even the projects I do release manager tasks for :(

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