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W dniu 03.12.2014 o 20:30, Matthew Miller pisze:
> On Wed, Dec 03, 2014 at 08:13:42PM +0100, Marcin Juszkiewicz wrote:
>> When I worked at Canonical there was a goal to move both internal and
>> public tools to Python 3.x version. IIRC started somewhere around 12.04
>> and today when you look at Ubuntu Touch you will not find Python 2.7
>> there. Similar with other tools.
>> Can it be done? Maybe not in a month but who knows - f22 cycle?
> Take a look at
> work in progress.
FWIW, just yesterday I started a discussion on packaging/python-devel lists about changes
in guidelines connected to the "Python 3 as Default" change . One of the
proposed changes is that applications for F22 should be built with and use Python 3 as
"the Python". Feel free to join the discussion (I'll submit an FPC ticket
once I feel that no more people want to comment on my proposal).
And yeah, this is a sort of heads-up for this list that such discussion is happening :)