The headline this month has been the 3.5 release. This included improved schema generation, the
requests test client, the
coreapi test client, provisional support for RAML schemas, error validation codes, and client library upload and download support.
I’ve also started work on a DEP for simpler URL routing in Django, which I’m hoping to get into Django core.
We’re down from 160 open issues & pull requests at the start of the month, to 133 at the end.
There’s been a total of 140 issues closed over the course of October. I’ve decided not to itemize the closed issues in the monthly summaries any longer, as I don’t believe they’re actually valuable. It’s possible that I may consider substituting this with more detailed week-by-week style reports.
There’s plenty to do here, so expect this list to look fairly similar throughout both November and December, with a 3.6 release planned for January.
coreapidocumentation, for the core project, and for the command line client.
There’s still a lot that further sponsorships would allow us to do, both in ensuring future stability, and in accelerating the existing work. If your business has not yet signed up for a paid plan, please consider doing so.
As ever, thanks to all our sponsors, contributors, and users for your ongoing support.
— Tom Christie, 1st October, 2016.