On May 2, 2021, at 4:25 PM, Illia Volochii firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I would prefer to wait for 3.11 to remove more deprecated features, these ones can survive a little bit longer.
If possible, I suggest to remove functions at the beginning of a new Python development cycle, rather than just before the feature freeze. So projects tested with the development branch of Python can detect issues early and we can more time to either fix these projects, or to consider reverting the removals to give more time for updating these projects.
Fair enough, Victor :)
It's common that we forget to remove deprecated functions and so that documentation is not accurate. IMO it's not a big deal ;-)
Do you think it is worth updating the documentation and warnings related to the asyncio features to state that they will be removed in Python 3.11 instead of 3.9 or 3.10?
I think that’s a good idea.