Hi all, maybe the best list would be python-dev but I don't dare waking the sleeping lions there :)
So my question is this: is there a coherent mobile strategy among core dev people? I mean you guys release python for linux/macos/windows and the question is if there are any plans to do the same for a mobile platform. It doesn't have to be android or ios just anything that the core dev team chooses and sticks with.
I've been developing python apps for smartphones (mostly hobby projects though) using sl4a but that seems like is dead. Now people suggest me using kivy which seems to be alive but who knows how long. There are some other projects qpython, etc, which are small and equally not so reliable at least looking from the outside. Is kivy now an officially blessed distribution? Since google was so integral to both python (through employing Guido) and android I'd think it would make sense for google to have an official python environment for android in cooperation with the python dev team.
Does the PSF has an opinion on this? It would be great if there would be something for mobile phones that we could rely on not going away just as with linux/macos/windows.
Or there are some issues which preclude this from the start?
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