Author ajaksu2
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Date 2009-05-09.19:24:22
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This patch would add the following bug tracker tasks to PEP 101 (Doing
Python Releases 101):
 - Add version X.Y+1 as when version X.Y enters alpha.

 - Change non-doc RFEs to version X.Y+1 when version X.Y enters beta.

 - Update 'behavior' issues from versions that your release make
   unsupported to the next supported version.

 - Review open issues, as this might find lurking showstopper bugs,
   besides reminding people to fix the easy ones they forgot about.

These are the changes mentioned in
http://psf.upfronthosting.co.za/roundup/meta/issue283

However, I'm tempted to update PEP 3 (Guidelines for Handling Bug
Reports) instead, adding these (and the blocker <-> deferred flips) as
tracker janitors' tasks.

What do you think?
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