[python-ldap] older python versions not available anymore

James Andrewartha jamesa at daa.com.au
Mon Jun 13 06:40:49 CEST 2011

On 11/06/11 03:09, Michael Ströder wrote:
> Jens Vagelpohl wrote:
>> @Michael: Like everyone else on this thread I am asking you: Please do
>> not remove packages from PyPI. Simply uploading later versions will put
>> everyone who has not made the conscious decision to stick with a
>> specific version on your latest release. Those who have made the
>> conscious decision will know to either not bother you, or they simply
>> cannot complain when you tell them to, well, "sod off".
> I can see the pros and cons but everybody should also note that all
> software is sometimes end-of-life. In case of OpenLDAP version 2.3 is
> not supported anymore by its developers. That's a very strong reason not
> to use it anymore since we as python-ldap developers also won't receive
> security fixes from OpenLDAP anymore.

True, but all the old releases are still available from their website:

James Andrewartha

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