Random832 random832 at fastmail.com
Mon Feb 8 10:44:35 EST 2016

On Mon, Feb 8, 2016, at 10:40, Ian Kelly wrote:
> Besides, you're forgetting that the whole point of having so many
> backwards incompatible changes in Python 3 in the first place was to
> get them out of the way and not have to do them further into the
> future. Python 4.0 has never been planned to be anything more than an
> incremental release like Python 2.0, and AIUI the only reason any of
> the core devs are even talking about Python 4 at this point in time is
> because Guido doesn't like "3.10" as a version number.

I still think we should just retroactively declare 3.5 to be python 5,
and then keep going with python 6, 7, etc...

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