brett at python.org
Fri Aug 17 21:23:46 CEST 2007
On 8/17/07, skip at pobox.com <skip at pobox.com> wrote:
> I just got rid of BeOS and RiscOS.
Just so you know, Skip, BeOS still has a maintainer on the 2.x branch.
Whether we want to continue support past 2.x is another question (as
Guido says in another email, it's a hassle and so we should try to
minimize the OS support to those that follow convention).
> I'm about to launch into Irix and Tru64,
> the other two listed on
> I wonder, should AtheOS support be removed as well? According to Wikipedia
> it's no longer being developed, having been superceded by something called
> Syllable. According to the Syllable Wikipedia page, it supports Python.
AtheOS has been slated for removal after 2.6 already, so you should be
able to get rid of it. I couldn't get a hold of a maintainer for it.
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