Le mardi 8 août 2017 01:45:55 UTC+2, Tim Graham a écrit :

> Has anyone changed their thinking in the last few months? If not, I guess 
> we'll keep Python 3.4 support for Django 2.0 and drop it for 2.1.

I am not strongly opposed to dropping 3.4 support, but I still think we 
should keep it for Django 2.0.
The speed improvements in 3.5/3.6 are still available if you run more 
recent versions in your own projects.
I have not yet read any compelling reason to drop Python 3.4 support now.


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