Stephen J. Turnbull
stephen at xemacs.org
Mon Oct 29 04:50:23 CET 2012
Barry Warsaw writes:
> On Oct 26, 2012, at 10:55 PM, Terry Reedy wrote:
> >3.3 is now out 29 months after 2.7, library support is much improved, and the
> >new unicode implementation fixes most to almost all the remaining problems
> >with unicode. It is a release we can be proud of and should promote as the
> >latest and greatest Python version.
> Very definitely +1
As stated, yes, very much so.
I think it's unfortunate that some of this discussion has generated
more heat than light because there are three different goals here all
stemming from "promoting Python 3": (1) "... as a great language", (2)
"... as a great production-ready development environment" (for *some*
applications), and (3) "... as a great production-ready development
environment" (period, or to take a page from Linus's book, "World
I think Nick's approach starts to phase in a change in promotion
effort appropriately. But it's only a start.
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