[nova] dropping 2013.1 tag on pypi

Eric Fried openstack at fried.cc
Fri May 31 16:31:32 UTC 2019

Wow, that *is* confusing. Yes, please delete the tag.

(Note to other readers: Even with mnaser's instructions it took me a bit
to find the "real" nova by expanding the "Release history" using the
button on the left: https://pypi.org/project/nova/#history)


On 5/31/19 10:19 AM, Mohammed Naser wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I've recently had some folks reach out who were quite confused by the
> fact that searching for 'nova' on pypi shows a 2013 release, and then
> hitting the correct path:
> https://pypi.org/project/nova/19.0.0/
> shows that there is a new version available.  I know usually deleting
> releases is a bit of a 'don't do this' thing, but in this case, that's
> a 6 year old unsupported/never-to-be-used again release and I think to
> make life easier for consumers, we should maybe drop it.
> Thoughts?
> Regards,
> Mohammed

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