>>>>> "A" == anser <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
A> What I do know is that requiring an upgrade to a not-yet-gold Py
A> release as a prerequisite to the next Zope release is unwise
A> software policy.
What is a "not-yet-gold" Python release? Guido just announced the 2.1
release candidate. We'll have the final 2.1 release on Tuesday.
Is that a "not-yet-gold" release? I've got no idea. Perhaps it's
just a brassy release :-). Is the gold-vs.-lead categorization
something that users come up with in secret after using the software
for a few months.
I'm pleased to see that the new Python 2.x features will be available
for use by Zope developers.
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