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Author martin.panter
Recipients benjamin.peterson, christian.heimes, clopez, martin.panter, orsenthil
Date 2017-01-22.01:08:39
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The warning for urllib2.urlopen() was removed in revision 1882157b298a. However, a couple other warnings were converted to “Changed in version 2.7.9” in revision fb83916c3ea1, which seems safer to me.

Removing documentation almost seems like a step backwards. The usual approach for new features is to document the new behaviour, and when it changed. This has also been done for the “context” etc parameters added in a bug fix release. So I suggest to document that the certificate is verified since 2.7.9, but not beforehand.
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