[Catalog-sig] "python 2 only" classifier

David Goodger goodger at python.org
Tue Dec 13 15:36:29 CET 2011

Sorry, I have no idea what this message is about.
Some context/explanation please?
What action are you asking for?

Note that Lea Wiemann is no longer active in the Docutils project.

-- David Goodger

On Tue, Dec 13, 2011 at 08:24, Yuval Greenfield <ubershmekel at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 13, 2011 at 2:17 PM, Michael Foord <fuzzyman at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 13 December 2011 10:29, Yuval Greenfield <ubershmekel at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Toshio Kuratomi is correct:
>>> > Additionally, I'm not certain of the use case cited.  Isn't the utility
>>> > of
>>> > a site like http://python3wos.appspot.com/ in seeing which popular or
>>> > widely depended upon packages have no python3 version?  With that in
>>> > mind,
>>> > the listing on that page wouldn't seem to depend on whether a package's
>>> > author intends to port to python3.
>> unittest2 has a Python 3 port: unittest2py3k
>> docutils is also Python 3 compatible (since version 0.6), even if they're
>> not using the trove classifier.
> My initial response was to remove modules that had python 3
> equivalents on the wall. This makes sense for eg setuptools and jinja
> as it wouldn't be accurate to give them a double green listing and
> skew the percentage.
> Packages that have a single listing on the top 200 and have a python 3
> equivalent I should mark as green. I guess the best solution would be
> to consolidate these packages. I'll work on it.
> Concerning docutils, I sent an email to Lea Wiemann
> (LeWiemann at gmail.com) and am cc-ing David Goodger for the trove
> classifier though I don't think I can be held responsible for this
> one.
> Yuval Greenfield

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