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2014-01-16 01:32:16 -0500 asked a question When will Django-1.6 be supported?

Currently, I struggle to find a current list of dependencies for askbot.

For development (which I'd expect to be further developed than stable)

lists django-1.4.2 as a hard requirement. This version contains quite a few serious security issues, and I'd expect this version not to be supported upstream any more, since Django-1.6 was released back in November 2013.

Do you have any plan for askbot to support django-1.6?

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2012-08-09 10:16:05 -0500 asked a question askbots requirements on django-celery and django-kombu

Hi, for several reasons, I had to update to django-celery >> 2.2.7 and to django-kombu==0.9.4

Askbots requirements list: django-celery==2.2.7 django-kombu==0.9.2

is this still valid?

Is there a time frame, when askbot will support Django==1.4.x ?

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2012-06-08 06:25:57 -0500 commented answer askbot requirements

Thank you for your answer!

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2012-06-07 03:26:05 -0500 asked a question askbot requirements

in the requirements, there's listed django==1.3.1

what about django-authenticator? is it still required? Is version==0.1.4 required or is django-authenticator 0.1.5 supported, too?

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2011-09-20 02:18:51 -0500 asked a question why installs django-authenticator a binary under /usr/bin

python install of django authenticator tries to install a binary startforum under /usr/bin.

Why the heck? Is this really required?