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Need a new release to fix Python 3 compatibility #228

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vstinner opened this issue Sep 21, 2015 · 3 comments

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commented Sep 21, 2015

Hi,

The latest release Babel 2.0 doesn't work on Python 3 because of the bug #174. Good news: the pull request #188 already fixed the bug 11 days ago. The last point is to get a release on PyPI. I prefer to open a new issue because the previous bug report and the pull request are both closed.

This bug is blocking me to port the OpenStack Horizon project to Python 3.

@sils1297 wants to do the release, but he doesn't have access to PyPI. He wrote "we're still not having access to pypi to update that, it's a bit hard to reach the old maintainer. You can install Babel from git in the meantime: "

@mitsuhiko: can you please do the release or allow others to release a new version? Thanks.

Note: @sils1297 suggests to install Babel with @@https://pip.pypa.io/en/latest/reference/pip_install.html#git@@ until a new release is available.

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commented Sep 21, 2015

I can provide access to pypi to @sils1297 but I need his pypi name.

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commented Sep 21, 2015

I can provide access to pypi to @sils1297 but I need his pypi name.

I replied on IRC: "sils". Armin allowed sils to upload to PyPI, congrats @sils1297, the new release manager :-D

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commented Sep 21, 2015

@Haypo @mitsuhiko thanks, closing this as a duplicate of #224 .

@mitsuhiko could you please look into #209 ? In there I'm proposing

  • To move this repository to the https://github.com/python-babel organization so we can manage permissions and webhooks by ourselves, GitHub should automatically take care of forwarding.
  • Giving the babel user on pypi permission to do the releases. sils is my personal user and as we are several maintainers and want to do automatic development releases, we'll want to have an own proxy user for that. I don't seem to have permissions to give other users permissions to do that.

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