I like to know and discuss ideas to get the update process more stable!
Today I updated core and web of mailman3 and ran into all the issues you can have:
- Dependencies are not updated properly
- In case you use "--force-reinstall" Django gets also updated in web and you need to update the urls.py file accordingly
- Enhancement of settings file required (DEFAULT_AUTO_FIELD = ...)
Finally I got it working, but there is always the fear for breaking something on update.
I know it is open source and no one gets paid for the work. But I think there is space for improvement here.
Kind regards Torge
Am 04.01.23 um 10:59 schrieb Abhilash Raj:
Happy new year!
I am pleased to announce several new releases for GNU Mailman project.
- Mailman Core 3.3.8 1
- Postorius 1.3.8 2
- Hyperkitty 1.3.7 3
- Mailmanclient 3.3.5 4
- Django-mailman3 1.3.9 5
- Mailman-hyperkitty 1.2.1 6
All the releases are published to PyPI and you can find links to all the PyPI projects:
A full list of change logs are available below:
Finally, the minimum Python version required is 3.7, and all the components now support Python 3.7 to 3.11.
Thanks to all the contributors for making this release possible!
If you find any issues, you can report them at the respective bug tracker for the projects. The links to issue trackers are available here: https://docs.mailman3.org/en/latest/
Installation documentation is available at
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