O'Reilly Network: Python 2.0 and BeyondOct 22, 2000, 13:01 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Stephen Figgins)
"Python 2.0 was released this week. The announcement slipped quietly into the comp.lang.python newsgroup. Without breaking stride, Jeremy Hylton of the development team posted PEP 226, an informational Python Enhancement Proposal, describing the release schedule for 2.1. According to PEP 226, the team hopes to receive all the proposals for changes in 2.1 by the middle of December. That gives developers a two-month design and review period for those proposals. The proposals will then be reviewed by the design team in the following six weeks, and those they agree to will be worked into Python in the following six-week beta testing period."
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