Re: proposal: add special subclass of ForeignKey for storing ContentTypes

2017-04-04 Thread Asif Saifuddin
Hi Sergey, I was also wondering why GenericForeignKey don't have direct subclass of ForeignKey while writing a dep about field API improvement. Though I am not 100% sure your implementation. Thanks for bringing it up. On Wednesday, April 5, 2017 at 2:46:31 AM UTC+6, Sergey Fedoseev wrote: >

Re: Pull requests waiting for review

2017-04-04 Thread Josh Smeaton
I'd just like to add - thank you for the polite reminder! I know it can be very frustrating having patches sit around without any attention, and sometimes a good bump is and/or feels necessary. Doing so in a positive manner is very welcome. As a small reminder - the release of django 1.11

Re: Django versioning and breaking changes policy

2017-04-04 Thread Curtis Maloney
See? This is exactly what I told you you could expect ... to be shown the new release process details :) [For those playing at home, Bernhard raised this concern on IRC first, and I recommended bringing it here. He expressed concern about being roasted, and I predicted someone would

Re: Django versioning and breaking changes policy

2017-04-04 Thread Bernhard Posselt
Oh wow, haven't seen that yet, thank you :) Just make sure to follow the semver spec closely if you transition to semver, because it can cause issues for parsers. Also the spec is more restrictive than you'd think with regards to syntax (source: working with semver in my current Django project)

Re: Django versioning and breaking changes policy

2017-04-04 Thread Bernhard Posselt
Hi Tobias, my impression is that as a developer you can keep up with the changes pretty well and I don't think it's related to features being too costly to address. The main issue is really third-party code. The only thing that I can currently think of as a comparison is the Angular 1.x branch:

Re: Django versioning and breaking changes policy

2017-04-04 Thread Tobias McNulty
Hello Bernhard, In my experience, Django strikes a good balance between adding new features without moving so quickly that it's impossible to keep up. That being said, third-party packages *can* vary widely in the speed with which they add support for new Django versions after a new major

Re: Django versioning and breaking changes policy

2017-04-04 Thread Aymeric Augustin
Hello, As far as I can tell, recent modifications to the release process means it will meet your expectations going forwards. Take a look at https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/dev/internals/release-process/ for details. Best

Django versioning and breaking changes policy

2017-04-04 Thread Bernhard Posselt
Hi guys :) I'm maintaining a Django project that uses 6 apps: * djangorestframework, * django-parler (database translations), * django-allauth (openid & richer account settings) * django-recaptcha2 (simple recaptcha widget) * django-csp * django-cors-middleware Each time a new Django

proposal: add special subclass of ForeignKey for storing ContentTypes

2017-04-04 Thread Sergey Fedoseev
Hi all, Some time ago I created 'new feature` ticket and Tim Graham asked me to write here to get some feedback on the idea. So here it is. ContentType model is quite specific, so we could add the subclass of ForeignKey with some specific

Re: Pull requests waiting for review

2017-04-04 Thread Aymeric Augustin
Hello, A few years ago, a 5-for-1 deal was set up: if you review five patches or tickets, a core dev reviews a patch or ticket of your choice. I abused that system to get a dozen patches reviewed before I joined the team :-) Later I volunteered for the other side of the deal. It hasn't been

Pull requests waiting for review

2017-04-04 Thread Anton Samarchyan
Hello, I have several PRs which have been completed but haven't been entirely reviewed/accepted yet. Some of them are haven't been reviewed for over a month. So this is just a reminder. Here's a full lists of all my commits which pass all of the tests and have no conflicts: -

Django 1.11 released

2017-04-04 Thread Tim Graham
Django 1.11, the next long-term support release, is now available: https://www.djangoproject.com/weblog/2017/apr/04/django-111-released/ With the release of Django 1.11, Django 1.10 has reached the end of mainstream support. The final minor bugfix release (1.10.7) was issued today. Django 1.10

Django security releases issued: 1.10.7, 1.9.13, and 1.8.18

2017-04-04 Thread Tim Graham
Today the Django team issued 1.10.7, 1.9.13, and 1.8.18 as part of our security process. These releases address two security issues, and we encourage all users to upgrade as soon as possible: https://www.djangoproject.com/weblog/2017/apr/04/security-releases/ As a reminder, we ask that

Re: delegating our static file serving

2017-04-04 Thread David Evans
Hi Aleksej, Thanks for your work on this, and sorry I haven't replied sooner -- just been busy with lots of other things ;) My plan for integrating WhiteNoise was actually to merge it in as part of contrib.staticfiles and basically stop development on it as an independent project. When I