Re: Django LTS support time

2019-08-10 Thread אורי
Thanks for your feedback. Eventually I found out that the Django Crispy Forms issue was a CSS bug in our CSS code. Anyway not related to Crispy Forms, it may take a lot of time and effort to upgrade Django for us, and I would prefer to keep using Django 1.11 as much as we can. אורי

Re: Proposing development discussion forums

2019-08-10 Thread Andrew Godwin
On Sat, Aug 10, 2019 at 3:30 AM Carlton Gibson wrote: > What does it need from Ops? (Is there a `docker run-my-service`? Could we > leverage djangoproject.com (and GitHub) logins, or are they always going > to be separate?) > Markus has done more investigation on how to run it, though my

Re: Proposing development discussion forums

2019-08-10 Thread gaurav jain
This sounds good to me, plus this can be a all in one django spot for django developer specially new developer On Sat, 10 Aug, 2019, 8:33 AM Andrew Godwin, wrote: > Hi everyone, > > This might be slightly controversial, but I would like to propose that we > have a forum for discussing Django

Re: Proposing development discussion forums

2019-08-10 Thread Fran Hrženjak
Just skimming this mailing list occasionally, I find pretty comical all those "I think you found the wrong mailing list" replies. Not that there is anything wrong with that, what else can one do? Just imho any new communication channel should have a way of moving messages to a correct place. Maybe

Re: Django Websocket Implementation Request

2019-08-10 Thread Confi Yobo
So it should not be expected in 3.0? @ Carlton Gibson On Thursday, August 1, 2019 at 2:09:21 PM UTC+1, Confi Yobo wrote: > > This might be a little redundant as you would say but i see importance in > it. > > Django should come chipped in with websocket implementation rather > developers using

Re: Django Websocket Implementation Request

2019-08-10 Thread Confi Yobo
Ok On Sat, Aug 10, 2019 at 6:07 PM Carlton Gibson wrote: > > On 10 Aug 2019, at 18:51, Confi Yobo wrote: > > So it should not be expected in 3.0? @ Carlton Gibson > > > No. As per the previous comments, it’s not something likely to be included > in core. Certainly not for 3.0. > > -- > You

Re: Django Websocket Implementation Request

2019-08-10 Thread Carlton Gibson
> > On 10 Aug 2019, at 18:51, Confi Yobo wrote: > > So it should not be expected in 3.0? @ Carlton Gibson No. As per the previous comments, it’s not something likely to be included in core. Certainly not for 3.0. -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups

Re: Proposing development discussion forums

2019-08-10 Thread אורי
It would be funny if the Django developers forum will use phpBB... אורי u...@speedy.net On Sat, Aug 10, 2019 at 4:02 PM Adam Johnson wrote: > I'm up for a forum. I started replying on mailing lists because that's > what there is, but it does get pretty messy and single thread driven. > >

Re: Proposing development discussion forums

2019-08-10 Thread Carlton Gibson
I've thought about this sort of thing a few times. My concern has always been that it'd be "just one more channel" when there are already too many to follow: here, django-users, IRC (multiple channels) and so on. If we did it under the aegis of the Django (Org/...SF) and we as a group of

Re: Proposing development discussion forums

2019-08-10 Thread Markus Holtermann
Thank you for bringing up the idea, Andrew. As expressed at PyCon AU, I'd be interested in giving an alternative to a mailing list a shot. Something that supports subscribing to topics sounds like a good idea to overcome the amount of mails one may not be interested in. Cheers, Markus On

Re: Proposing development discussion forums

2019-08-10 Thread Aymeric Augustin
Hello, I'm in favor of trying Discourse. -- Aymeric. > On 10 Aug 2019, at 05:03, Andrew Godwin wrote: > > Hi everyone, > > This might be slightly controversial, but I would like to propose that we > have a forum for discussing Django development (and potentially user > support),

Re: Proposing development discussion forums

2019-08-10 Thread Adam Johnson
I'm up for a forum. I started replying on mailing lists because that's what there is, but it does get pretty messy and single thread driven. PHPBB anyone? Shame there isn't a mature Django based forum (that I know of). On Sat, 10 Aug 2019 at 11:30, Carlton Gibson wrote: > I've thought about

Re: Django LTS support time

2019-08-10 Thread Kye Russell
Just to throw in my two cents here. I work in an agency environment (lots of projects, very few staff) and we follow the LTS cycle for almost all projects. In my experience, jumping between LTS versions has - all things considered - not been that big of an issue for us. I still sometimes wake