Sorry, I pressed the send button too early. I think epel repository is not
deemed stable enough that it qualifies to be used in all Enterprise
environments - epel itself has a stable and a release repository. I'm not
very familiar with CentOS or RHEL, but that's what I read when I designed
the CentOS docker containers. If anybody has more knowledge I'm happy to
get corrected here :)
Marco de Abreu <marco.g.ab...@googlemail.com> schrieb am Fr., 13. Juli
> As far as I know is the epel repository not considered stable.
> Chen HY <chenhy12...@gmail.com> schrieb am Fr., 13. Juli 2018, 00:18:
>> CentOS 7 has Python 3.4.8 and python 3.6.3 in epel repo.
>> Is that stable ?
>> 发件人: Marco de Abreu
>> 发送时间: 2018年7月12日 23:00
>> 收件人: email@example.com
>> 主题: Re: Deprecate python 2
>> CentOS 7, for example, does not offer stable Python 3 support. We're using
>> an unstable version in our CI to verify it none the less. I think that's a
>> hard stop for quite a few users.
>> Pedro Larroy <pedro.larroy.li...@gmail.com> schrieb am Do., 12. Juli
>> > Hi
>> > I would like to know your opinion in regards to deprecating and removing
>> > Python 2. Maybe for MXNet 2.0 ?
>> > What's the reason to have support for Python2?
>> > Pedro.