Patchwork v2.0.0-rc1 Available
dja at axtens.net
Wed Jan 29 00:15:23 AEDT 2020
Stephen Finucane <stephen at that.guru> writes:
> $subject should read v2.2.0-rc1, clearly :)
I'd like to see us squash the following before we do 2.2.0:
* why does /api/patches/ make N queries for a project's linkname?
* given that we have souped-up events, we need to make sure that they
don't get accidentally deleted, esp. for things like relations that
could actually go away. (on_delete=CASCADE is probably often wrong...)
* we need to check that Konstantin's DB murdering query is fixed.
* last but not least, I'd like to land Mete's relation work, and I
think we're getting close.
I'm sure there are others but I wanted to dump this mental list lest I
miss the opportunity.
> On Fri, 2019-12-27 at 18:17 +0000, Stephen Finucane wrote:
>> The first release candidate of the upcoming Patchwork v2.2.0 release
>> now available:
>> This release includes a large number of changes, including:
>> * Support for new versions of Django, Django REST Framework, and
>> Django Filter
>> * Multiple bugfixes
>> We look forward to any feedback on this release. Barring any critical
>> issues, the final release will be cut at the end of this month.
>> Happy patchworking!
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