2017-08-10 0:46 GMT+08:00 Jeremy Stanley <fu...@yuggoth.org>:

> On 2017-08-09 09:31:37 -0400 (-0400), Doug Hellmann wrote:
> [...]
> > One of the reasons we were able to move ahead with 3.5 was that it
> > would be available on the platforms for which we test deployments,
> > as defined in the CTI [5]. Are Ubuntu LTS and CentOS shipping
> > Python 3.6?
> [...]
>
> Yes, we ran early 3.3 testing on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS with the aid of
> some backported packages but this was far from ideal. Proper support
> for 3.4 testing came with Ubuntu 14.04 LTS which included it
> directly in the package archive, and then we switched to testing
> against 3.5 when Ubuntu 16.04 became available installing it by
> default. The Ubuntu python3.6 packages started appearing after 16.04
> was out the door, and so looks like it will be generally available
> to us once Ubuntu 18.04 LTS is released and we can start using it as
> a basis for CI jobs (likely in Q2 of next year, so probably during
> OpenStack's "Rocky" release cycle).
> --
>
 yeah, We can migrate to Python 3.6  in Q2 of next year when we have basic
CI jobs.

> Jeremy Stanley
>
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