Hi, On Wed, Nov 13, 2019 at 09:27:08AM +0100, Ondrej Novy wrote: > Hi, > > út 12. 11. 2019 v 16:37 odesílatel Osamu Aoki <os...@debian.org> napsal: > > Upstream is active and prides to keep python 2.5 compatibility code in > it ... (Not just 2.7). I (Osamu Aoki <os...@debian.org>) and dkg even > made some effort to support both 2 and 3 but the idea was rejected by > upstream in 2018. > > > that's odd :/ > > > I think this qualifies for "py2keep". > > > i don't think so. Imho is better to support Py3 in Debian with our patches.
dkj: Do you? (Not me) > If Debian and Fedora demonstrate its python3 removal, I am sure the > upstream may change his thought. If you have some progress indicator, > that can be used to convince getmail upstream. I or dkg need a solid > fact to restart conversation with the upstream. > > > yes, we have! :) > > http://sandrotosi.me/debian/py2removal/py2removal_progress.png > > Almost half of work is done in ~ 3 months. This is interesting. I will inform upstream about this progress. But how much od current ~1800 packages fall into high popcon and build dependency category. Are these all high pop conpackages? Osamu