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From: Stuart Donaldson <stu@as...> - 2003-02-14 06:50:28
Here are some issues that came up along with the release of 0.8
The download mirror seems to require that Chuck be the one do upload
information. Also I noticed that it was last updated with release 0.6,
should we just dump this altogether? Does anyone use it?
The python-web-modules list seems defunct. I first tried posting
directly and it was refused because I was not a member of the list. I
joined the list, and tried again and was notified that it would be
reviewed by the moderator. No action in a couple of days, and there
actually hasn't been any action on the list since last summer.
I recommend removing python-web-modules list from the Release Procedures.
I tried updating the record on http://www.vex.net/parnassus but it still
hasn't taken. They haven't performed any updates in over a week so this
may be a systemic issue.
http://www.crosswinds.net/~pboddie/Python/web_modules.html is dead
and I was unable to update it.
I also did the News announcement on SF. Actually it might be a good
idea even for snapshot and release candidate releases because the
documentation on the news feature conveys that more news posts get a
higher rating and are more likely to generate interest.
I took a stab at updating the release procedures, feel free to comment
on them or hack them apart at will...
From: Ian Bicking <ianb@co...> - 2003-02-14 07:34:47
On Friday, February 14, 2003, at 12:50 AM, Stuart Donaldson wrote:
> The python-web-modules list seems defunct. I first tried posting
> directly and it was refused because I was not a member of the list. I
> joined the list, and tried again and was notified that it would be
> reviewed by the moderator. No action in a couple of days, and there
> actually hasn't been any action on the list since last summer.
You are correct, it is defunct.
> The link:
> http://www.crosswinds.net/~pboddie/Python/web_modules.html is dead
> and I was unable to update it.
I think it moved, but ultimately this was replaced by the Python
WebProgramming Wiki page.
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