I was wondering what we can do to help in the release of a new stable
Mezzanine which supports Django 1.11 LTS or Django 2.0?
Unfortunately we work in an environment where stability is of much more
importance than using a quick leading edge release.
We are stuck in a situation where dropping Mezzanine is actually being
considered as an option. I would rather help the open source project
Mezzanine forward than drop it. So that's why I feel forced to bump my
question. Apologies for that.
Op woensdag 10 januari 2018 17:38:07 UTC+1 schreef Wim Feijen:
> The latest Mezzanine release 4.2.3 support Django up to Django 1.10, which
> does not receive security updates anymore. See:
> How can we help to release a new version of Mezzanine which support Django
> 1.11 LTS or Django 2.0?
> Although I love the high quality of development branches, using a
> development branch (git version) of Mezzanine is not possible for us,
> because it is not stable enough.
> Best regards,
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