Hi Scott,
Someone approached me and volunteered to port presage to Python 3 in late 
October, but I haven't heard back since them.
Let me take a look at what kind of an effort it would be to port to python 3: 
that would be my preferred option if I can find the time to do.
Else, the suggestion to remove the python pieces sound like the next best 
thing, if I can't find the time to port to python 3 now, we can then later 
reintroduce the python pieces.
What are the planned timelines for the python 2 removal?
Cheers,- Matteo

    On Tuesday, 3 December 2019, 05:02:48 CET, Scott Talbert 
<talb...@techie.net> wrote:  
 On Mon, 2 Dec 2019, Scott Talbert wrote:

>> Python2 becomes end-of-live upstream, and Debian aims to remove
>> Python2 from the distribution, as discussed in
>> https://lists.debian.org/debian-python/2019/07/msg00080.html
>> Your package either build-depends, depends on Python2, or uses Python2
>> in the autopkg tests.  Please stop using Python2, and fix this issue
>> by one of the following actions.
> Hi Matteo,
> Do you plan to port presage to Python 3?  If not, I'll probably convert this 
> to an RM request as the package seems to be mostly unmaintained and is 
> blocking the removal of Python 2.

Alternatively, perhaps just the Python pieces of presage can be removed, 
as those don't seem to have any rdepends?


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