On Sun, 27 Feb 2005, Carey Evans wrote:
Not really, I think you've covered it. I tend to agree that we'd be best to create a Python + GLib branch from HEAD for anyone that's interested in the future, then move development from b0-16 to HEAD according to what people are actually working on.
There's a lot that can be done with just the standard C library, with autoconf to discover differences between platforms.
As far as future development goes, I believe we'd get more done without trying to do parallel development of stable and unstable. Make and test the changes, then announce a stable release once it works well.
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