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* Targeted release: [[Releases/{{FedoraVersion||next}} | {{FedoraVersion|long|next}} ]]  
 
* Targeted release: [[Releases/{{FedoraVersion||next}} | {{FedoraVersion|long|next}} ]]  
* Last updated: 2010-05-27
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* Last updated: 2010-05-28
 
* Percentage of completion: 0%
 
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So for Fedora 14 to have Python 3.2 we'd have to ship a pre-release version.  Given that Python 3 isn't on the critical path, that's not unreasonable.
 
So for Fedora 14 to have Python 3.2 we'd have to ship a pre-release version.  Given that Python 3 isn't on the critical path, that's not unreasonable.
  
 
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|2010-05-25 ||                      || Fedora 13 Release
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|2010-06-26 || Python 3.2 alpha 1  ||
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|2010-07-13 ||                      || F14 Feature Submission Deadline
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|2010-07-24 || Python 3.2 alpha 2  ||
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|2010-07-27 ||                      || F14 Feature Freeze
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|2010-07-27 ||                      || Branch Fedora 14 from Rawhide
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|2010-08-03 ||                      || F14 Software String Freeze
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|2010-08-03 ||                      || F14 Alpha Change Deadline
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|2010-08-17 ||                      || F14 Alpha Release
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|2010-08-21 || Python 3.2 alpha 3  ||
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|2010-08-31 ||                      || F14 Software Translation Deadline
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|2010-09-07 ||                      || F14 Beta Change Deadline
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|2010-09-18 || Python 3.2 beta 1;    ||
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|2010-09-18 || Upstream feature freeze  ||
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|2010-09-21 ||                      || F14 Beta Release
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|2010-10-12 ||                      || F14 Final Freeze
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|2010-10-14 ||                      || F14 Compose Release Candidate
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|2010-10-16 || Python 3.2 beta 2  ||
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|2010-10-26 ||                      || F14 Fedora 14 Final Release
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|2010-11-13 || Python 3.2 candidate 1  ||
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|2010-11-27 || Python 3.2 candidate 2  ||
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|2010-12-11 || Python 3.2 final  ||
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Revision as of 20:43, 28 May 2010


Contents

Python 3.2

Summary

Update the Python 3 stack in Fedora from 3.1 to 3.2

Owner

  • Email: <dmalcolm@redhat.com>

Current status

  • Targeted release: Fedora 21
  • Last updated: 2010-05-28
  • Percentage of completion: 0%

Fedora 14 schedule currently has feature freeze on 2010-07-27

Upstream release schedule currently has first alpha release on 2010-06-26, final release on 2010-12-11

So for Fedora 14 to have Python 3.2 we'd have to ship a pre-release version. Given that Python 3 isn't on the critical path, that's not unreasonable.

Lining up the schedules:

DATE PYTHON 3 UPSTREAM FEDORA
2010-05-25 Fedora 13 Release
2010-06-26 Python 3.2 alpha 1
2010-07-13 F14 Feature Submission Deadline
2010-07-24 Python 3.2 alpha 2
2010-07-27 F14 Feature Freeze
2010-07-27 Branch Fedora 14 from Rawhide
2010-08-03 F14 Software String Freeze
2010-08-03 F14 Alpha Change Deadline
2010-08-17 F14 Alpha Release
2010-08-21 Python 3.2 alpha 3
2010-08-31 F14 Software Translation Deadline
2010-09-07 F14 Beta Change Deadline
2010-09-18 Python 3.2 beta 1;
2010-09-18 Upstream feature freeze
2010-09-21 F14 Beta Release
2010-10-12 F14 Final Freeze
2010-10-14 F14 Compose Release Candidate
2010-10-16 Python 3.2 beta 2
2010-10-26 F14 Fedora 14 Final Release
2010-11-13 Python 3.2 candidate 1
2010-11-27 Python 3.2 candidate 2
2010-12-11 Python 3.2 final

Detailed Description

Benefit to Fedora

Scope

How To Test

User Experience

Dependencies

Contingency Plan

Documentation

What's New In Python 3.2

Release Notes

Comments and Discussion