MPL 3.0 feature freeze

Folks,

I propose a feature-freeze for Matplotlib for tomorrow (sorry for the poor
planning / communication). Open PRs which are not bug fixes and not marked
as critical will be moved to the 3.1 milestone tomorrow (Sunday July 8,
2018).

Goal is to finish up the RC in time for the scipy sprints next week.

Any protests?

Tom
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I'm in favor. Thanks for keeping us moving forward on this.

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On Sat, Jul 7, 2018 at 1:48 PM Thomas Caswell <tcaswell at gmail.com> wrote:

Folks,

I propose a feature-freeze for Matplotlib for tomorrow (sorry for the poor
planning / communication). Open PRs which are not bug fixes and not marked
as critical will be moved to the 3.1 milestone tomorrow (Sunday July 8,
2018).

Goal is to finish up the RC in time for the scipy sprints next week.

Any protests?

Tom
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