Ticket #12609: 12609.diff

File 12609.diff, 1.5 KB (added by Tim Graham, 8 years ago)

updated patch to use sphinx links

  • docs/internals/release-process.txt

    4444Major releases (1.0, 2.0, etc.) will happen very infrequently (think "years",
    4545not "months"), and will probably represent major, sweeping changes to Django.
     47.. _minor-releases:
    4749Minor releases
  • docs/faq/install.txt

    9595Should I use the official version or development version?
    98 The Django developers improve Django every day and are pretty good about not
    99 checking in broken code. We use the development code (from the Subversion
    100 repository) directly on our servers, so we consider it stable. With that in
    101 mind, we recommend that you use the latest development code, because it
    102 generally contains more features and fewer bugs than the "official" releases.
     98The Django project has a :ref:`release-process` which states that
     99:ref:`minor-releases` (1.1, 1.2) will happen roughly every six months. We
     100recommend that you use the latest released version of Django in your projects.
     101Those that want the cutting edge of Django should use the development code
     102(from the Subversion repository).
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