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Weekly Zope developer meeting
This is the summary of the weekly Zope developer meeting which happened on
Tuesday, 2010-04-06 on #z...@irc.freenode.org from 3pm to 3:30pm (UTC).
The agenda for this meeting is available in the mailing list archives:
The IRC logs are located here:
Tres Seaver was filling in for Christian Theune as conventer due to illness.
Zope2 release manager
The community welcomes Hanno Schlichting as the new release manager for
Zope2. In addition to closing / responding to dozens of bugs in the past
week, Hanno has also proposed a roadmap for Zope 2.13 and has made the
release tag for Zope 2.12.4.
Porting packages to Zope3
Lennart Regebro reported that he has branches waiting for the first three
"most depended-on" ZTK packages (``zope.event``, ``zope.interface``, and
``zope.testing``). After considering naming the new releases ``4.0``,
the consensus was to just name them the next "normal" major release, as
long as there are no backward-incompatible API changes.
Some discussion of the general problem of doctests breaking due to exception
formatting led to a suggestion from Jim Fulton that we implement a testing
API similar the ``unittest.TestCase.assertRaises``, but with the additional
feature that it returns the exception value, to permit further assertions
about the state of that object.
No one had new updates on the topic. Sidnei da Silva reported that he
is close to reconstructing the script used to build ``win64`` images for
Tres Seaver reported that his request to Microsoft for dontaed VisualStudio
licnese to support builds / tests of ``zope.*`` packages on Windows
for Python 2.4 and 2.5 is still stalled.
Baiju M noted that Rackspace can also support Windows in its cloud:
Charlie Clark reported that he had gotten his script for checking
Launchpad for "languishing" bugs working. He posted that package to
``zope-...@zope.org`` during the meeting.
After some discussion, Adam Groszer and Baiju M agreed to widen their planned
``bluebream`` sprint to include more general ZTK issues. The sprint,
originally set for Saturday, 2010-04-10, was rescheduled to Saturday,
2010-04-24. Charlie Clark asked for announcments, plus volunteers willing
to help mentor new exterminators during the bug day. Adam and Baiju will
organize a web page for coordinating the bug day activity, and send out
- Resurrecting the "sprint schedule" page,
- A more general calendar (e.g., for Zope / Python related conferences,
symposia, sprints, etc.)
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