On 14. 08. 19 22:28, Kevin Kofler wrote:
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.

We are keeping the Python 2 interpreter.
We are also keeping PyPy 2.7.
You can also package Tauthon if you want to.

It's the packages with the ecosystem that we want to get rid of.

Miro Hrončok
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