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How to find out when a fix will be released

John MacLaughlin
I see this ticket was addressed, fixed, and merged. However, it's not in the latest release (2.2.4)


How can I find out when this fix will be released?

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Re: How to find out when a fix will be released

wd-3
It's so weird, the code is already in master 7 months, but still not released yet?

On Wed, Aug 28, 2019 at 6:09 AM John MacLaughlin <[hidden email]> wrote:
I see this ticket was addressed, fixed, and merged. However, it's not in the latest release (2.2.4)


How can I find out when this fix will be released?

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Re: How to find out when a fix will be released

Jani Tiainen
It's not weird at all. Django has 8 month release cycle. Usually only bugs that are security issues or causes data loss are backported to older releases.

I think this procedure is documented somewhere...

ke 28. elok. 2019 klo 8.06 wd <[hidden email]> kirjoitti:
It's so weird, the code is already in master 7 months, but still not released yet?

On Wed, Aug 28, 2019 at 6:09 AM John MacLaughlin <[hidden email]> wrote:
I see this ticket was addressed, fixed, and merged. However, it's not in the latest release (2.2.4)


How can I find out when this fix will be released?

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Re: How to find out when a fix will be released

Jani Tiainen

ke 28. elok. 2019 klo 8.12 Jani Tiainen <[hidden email]> kirjoitti:
It's not weird at all. Django has 8 month release cycle. Usually only bugs that are security issues or causes data loss are backported to older releases.

I think this procedure is documented somewhere...

ke 28. elok. 2019 klo 8.06 wd <[hidden email]> kirjoitti:
It's so weird, the code is already in master 7 months, but still not released yet?

On Wed, Aug 28, 2019 at 6:09 AM John MacLaughlin <[hidden email]> wrote:
I see this ticket was addressed, fixed, and merged. However, it's not in the latest release (2.2.4)


How can I find out when this fix will be released?

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Re: How to find out when a fix will be released

wd-3

As a concrete example, consider a moment in time halfway between the release of Django 5.1 and 5.2. At this point in time:

  • Features will be added to development master, to be released as Django 5.2.
  • Critical bug fixes will be applied to the stable/5.1.x branch, and released as 5.1.1, 5.1.2, etc.
  • Security fixes and bug fixes for data loss issues will be applied to master and to the stable/5.1.xstable/5.0.x, and stable/4.2.x (LTS) branches. They will trigger the release of 5.1.15.0.54.2.8, etc.
  • Documentation fixes will be applied to master, and, if easily backported, to the latest stable branch, 5.1.x.

I see the PR was merged at Feb 3, Django 2.2 tagged at Apr 1, so the PR is happened between 2.1 and 2.2, it should be released at 2.2 ?

On Wed, Aug 28, 2019 at 1:15 PM Jani Tiainen <[hidden email]> wrote:

ke 28. elok. 2019 klo 8.12 Jani Tiainen <[hidden email]> kirjoitti:
It's not weird at all. Django has 8 month release cycle. Usually only bugs that are security issues or causes data loss are backported to older releases.

I think this procedure is documented somewhere...

ke 28. elok. 2019 klo 8.06 wd <[hidden email]> kirjoitti:
It's so weird, the code is already in master 7 months, but still not released yet?

On Wed, Aug 28, 2019 at 6:09 AM John MacLaughlin <[hidden email]> wrote:
I see this ticket was addressed, fixed, and merged. However, it's not in the latest release (2.2.4)


How can I find out when this fix will be released?

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Re: How to find out when a fix will be released

Michal Petrucha-4
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On Wed, Aug 28, 2019 at 01:59:01PM +0800, wd wrote:

> >
> > As a concrete example, consider a moment in time halfway between the
> > release of Django 5.1 and 5.2. At this point in time:
> >
> >    - Features will be added to development master, to be released as
> >    Django 5.2.
> >    - Critical bug fixes will be applied to the stable/5.1.x branch, and
> >    released as 5.1.1, 5.1.2, etc.
> >    - Security fixes and bug fixes for data loss issues will be applied to
> >    master and to the stable/5.1.x, stable/5.0.x, and stable/4.2.x (LTS)
> >    branches. They will trigger the release of 5.1.1, 5.0.5, 4.2.8, etc.
> >    - Documentation fixes will be applied to master, and, if easily
> >    backported, to the latest stable branch, 5.1.x.
> >
> >
> I see the PR was merged at Feb 3, Django 2.2 tagged at Apr 1, so the PR is
> happened between 2.1 and 2.2, it should be released at 2.2 ?

What that document doesn't explain is when the branch gets cut off for
the upcoming release, and how backporting works during the
alpha/beta/RC phase. There's a roadmap document in the wiki [1] which
indicates that your PR got merged after the alpha release, which means
in order to be included in 2.2, it would have had to be backported.
The timing is really unfortunate there, since you missed the freeze by
just a couple of weeks, but at least you can be sure that it will land
in the next major release. I also suppose asking explicitly for a
backport at the time could have helped, but it's probably too late for
that now.


[1]: https://code.djangoproject.com/wiki/Version2.2Roadmap
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