David Sommerseth wrote:
> Instead of spending time and resources keeping old stuff alive longer than
> needed, rather spend that energy on porting the old Python 2 over to
> Python 3. In the long run, this will result in far less work over time.

It is not practical to get all the legacy Python 2 code ported over to 
Python 3. Keeping Python 2 (or something backwards-compatible with it such 
as Tauthon) available is actually the much more scalable approach.

Your scorched earth approach will lose a lot of software that has no 
replacement and that users rely on.

        Kevin Kofler
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