Mon Jan 18 10:37:10 CET 2010
> I would guess over 99% of all Python code written doesn't run on
> Python 3. Given that, I think it is premature to close the door on
> new major versions of Python 2.x. Also, we as a project should be
> careful not to present the image that Python 2.x will not be
> supported in the future.
Why that? It is a fact: 2.x will not be supported, in some future.
Should we lie to users?
> After the Python 2.7 release, the focus of Python development
> will be on Python 3. There will continue to be maintainance
> releases of Python 2.x.
It shouldn't say that, because it wouldn't be true.
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