On 22. 12. 19 12:01, John M. Harris Jr wrote:
On Sunday, December 22, 2019 3:11:51 AM MST Zbigniew
> 1 was rejected because there was no hope for a python3 port because of lack
> of development.
This is exactly the scenario that makes no sense to deny. If the package is
still maintained, regardless of lack of changes to the software, why simply
throw out working software?
Because the maintainers of its dependencies won't maintain them just for a
decade old dead software. Please, stop spreading this FUD about FESCo outright
denying requests for Python 2 exceptions. In a half year old thread about a
package that was retired 4 months ago because it wasn't installable - with
coordination from the maintainer.