[all] Debian unstable has Python 3.11: please help support it.
zigo at debian.org
Fri Jul 15 10:05:31 UTC 2022
On 7/14/22 16:30, Jeremy Stanley wrote:
> Let's be clear, what's being asked here is that OpenStack not just
> test against the newest available Python release, but in fact to
> continually test against pre-releases of the next Python while it's
> still being developed.
I'm not asking for that. :)
All what I'm asking, is that when Python RC releases are out, and I
report a bug, the community has the intention to fix it as early as
possible, at least in master (and maybe help with backports if it's very
tricky: I can manage trivial backporting by myself). That's enough for
me, really (at least it has been enough in the past...).
> We have a hard
> enough time just keeping up with actual releases of Python which are
> current at the time we start a development cycle.
Yeah, though it'd be nice if we could have the latest interpreter in use
in Unstable for a non-voting job, starting when the interpreter is
released (or at least when the first RCs are out). We discussed this
already, didn't we? I know it's a "would be nice thing" and that nobody
has time to work on this... :/
Thomas Goirand (zigo)
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