Jacob Kaplan-Moss discusses on Django 1.0 roadmap and schedule. Some key notes includes:
- 1.0 took long due to many features due to be included, notably newforms admin and a 100% WSGI-compliant Django.
- Django 1.0 will be released in early September. Starts with an alpha, two betas, a final finally killing of with a huge party.
And now for the dates:
- July 10-12: “newforms-admin” sprint in person at EuroPython and around the world in IRC.
- July 20: 1.0 alpha
- August 5: 1.0 beta 1
- August 12: 1.0 beta 2
- August 19: 1.0 rc 1
- August 26: Earliest possible 1.0 release date, or perhaps rc2.
- September 2: 1.0
Read the full entry here.
Looks like Django is on track for 1.0. This is encouraging.