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[Python-Dev] Farewell, Python 3.4


Thank you for your service!

On Wed, May 8, 2019, at 08:37, Larry Hastings wrote:
> 
> 
> It's with a note of sadness that I announce the final retirement of 
> Python 3.4. The final release was back in March, but I didn't get 
> around to actually closing and deleting the 3.4 branch until this 
> morning.
> 
> Python 3.4 introduced many features we all enjoy in modern Python--the 
> asyncio, ensurepip, and enum packages, just to name three. It's a 
> release I hope we all remember fondly.
> 
> My eternal thanks to all the members of the release team that worked on 
> Python 3.4:
> 
> > Georg Brandl
> 
> > Julien Palard
> 
> > Martin von L?wis
> 
> > Ned Deily
> 
> > Steve Dower
> 
> > Terry Reedy
> 
> > and all the engineers of the Python infrastructure team.
> 
> Special thanks to Benjamin Peterson and Ned Deily, who frequently 
> scurried around behind the scenes cleaning up the messes I cluelessly 
> left in my wake.
> 
> Having closed 3.4, I am now retired as Python 3.4 Release Manager. I 
> regret to inform all of you that you're still stuck with me as Python 
> 3.5 Release Manager until sometime next year.
> 
> 
> 
> My very best wishes,
> 
> 
> 
> */arry*
> 
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