[mod_python] 3.3 going gold?

Martijn Moeling martijn at xs4us.nu
Sun Jan 28 08:50:18 EST 2007

I argued for this some time ago.

3.3.0b is excellently stable in my setup as I went "live" with it on 1st
of January.

Next to that I must confirm the excellent support given by the guys. I
suggest we all keep reading the mailing list and help them out by
answering the newby questions for them. I am fixing up my work on a
whole load of short examples on various topics:

Use of MySQLdb
Sessions stored in MySQL
Uploading of pictures (or other binairy data) into Mysql.
Coverting pictures on the server with the PIP Image package
The use of XMLHttp request in conjunction with MP
Using MP to handle virtual hosts and paths within
Various methods of passing data between MP and the browser.


Maybe we can put up a wish list and work that one out into the Wiki?


-----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
Van: mod_python-bounces at modpython.org
[mailto:mod_python-bounces at modpython.org] Namens Daniel Nogradi
Verzonden: Friday, January 26, 2007 2:05 PM
Aan: mod_python at modpython.org
Onderwerp: Re: [mod_python] 3.3 going gold?

> >> Thanks again for your help.  I've got two last questions:
> >>
> >> 1. when is 3.3 estimated to go gold?
> >
> > There hasn't been a single complaint about 3.3.0b since it was
> back
> > before Christmas. I don't know whether this is because no one is
using it,
> or
> > because it is working out to be so good. The only thing probably
> it
> > from being released as non beta is apathy on our part. ;-)
> Lest the group think their efforts are in vain, I'm using mod_python
> 3.3.0b every day with great success. I suggest you go ahead with the
> release.
> Thanks for mod_python!
> Ron

I also use it without problems and have to say that the package itself
as well as the support on this list is far above average.

Thanks very much!

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