Now that 4.0.5/6 are released I'm going to finally try (again) to shift my focus to be mostly on wxWidgets 3.1 and wxPython 4.1.
As part of that transition the snapshot builds will be watching and pulling code from the master branch, and will start having 4.1.x version numbers.
As mentioned in the other message, I plan on dropping Python 3.4 support. With 3.8 on the horizon it seems like a good time to trim one off the list. Depending on timing I expect to have at least one official release of 4.1 that still supports Python 2.7, probably more if 4.1 gets into a releasable state soon. But I hope to not keep it hanging around for much longer after 2.7 reaches its end of life.
Also, while I have your attention, I've seen a few messages lately where people are answering questions and such and are still sharing links to the Phoenix docs using the snapshots build of the docs, like https://wxpython.org/Phoenix/docs/html/. I would prefer that the official release documentation site be shared instead, like https://docs.wxpython.org/. That will help future-proof the locations if the Phoenix development things ever get moved or reorganized. Thanks!