On May 20, 2011, at 9:01 AM, mjmein wrote:
> I'm just a bit confused/concerned about its future, as I couldn't find
> a roadmap for future development.
You can find our roadmap here https://github.com/pinax/pinax/blob/master/ROADMAP
> Would it be better to start development using this new version, or
> should I start by using the current stable version? Will this version
> still be maintained going forward, or will I have to redevelop large
> parts of my application when 0.9 is released?
I would recommend not using the stable version. IMO our 0.9 development releases are more stable and are being maintained. I haven't touched 0.7 in a very long time. Yes, 0.9 will continue to be maintained in the future. We are still technically maintaining 0.7, but very slowly.
> Furthermore, what is the plans for Django 1.3 support?
0.9 has supported 1.3 for quite some time. The stable release does not and most likely won't. As a matter of fact the fresh-start branch defaults to 1.3.