ThomasDelteil commented on issue #11669: Fix TabError for Python 3
   @marcoabreu that's a great idea. However examples have a very big variance 
in terms of code quality compared to tutorials, a lot of them would need a 
major rewrite in the process of being made testable. That's definitely 
something I would like to do at some point but the scale of it significantly 
larger than tutorials. (1)3 reasons why:
   - Examples usually come with a bunch of arguments and problems are usually 
due to conflicting choices of script argument.
   - Examples can come with a lot of dependencies, sometimes on dataset 
download, external resources that are most of the times not automated through 
code at the moment
   - Examples are sometimes not end to end scripts but provide several 
utilities to achieve a specific task
   One thing we could do to make it more manageable is to survey them all, 
split them into manageable tasks and try to get a community push to resolve 
such tasks and increase the overall quality and have a more unified feel for 
our examples.
   We are currently going through the backlog of "Examples" "HowTo" "Question" 
"Docs" issues and aiming to close virtually all of them by the end of this 

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