Thanks a lot for this link! Interessting document!
I just decided to let the choice be done form me by my OS developper
(f13 -> redhat) and the toolserver staff... ;))
Am 08.10.2010 08:43, schrieb Jeremy Baron:
Have you read
On Fri, Oct 8, 2010 at 02:35, Dr. Trigon<dr.trigon(a)surfeu.ch> wrote:
I think the question here is:
* how mature is py3?
* how many experiences do we have with it?
Am 06.10.2010 17:57, schrieb Bináris:
> It is obvious, that we will have to let Python 2.x to go one day. Now
> the developers have been working on Pywikipedia 2 for a long time, and
> are looking forward to release it. But what then? How long will itt work?
> In the past weeks I was dealing with Python very much, and I have ideas
> on 2 vs. 3. I tried to guess the reason not to use Python 3. As far as I
> see, the main problem is with the big quantity of u"..."s. But I they
> can probably be converted py the 2to3 module. So what is the main reason
> to keep 2.x?
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