Github user HyukjinKwon commented on the issue:
    @felixcheung, Yes, that's right. I would support this if it was a simple 
backport and the Jenkins build still fails.
    However, now it was fixed and the actual gain looks quite small - if I 
understood correctly, this change is useful only when someone manually runs 
tests by Python 2.6 in branch-2.1, whereas the changes look introducing 
untested workarounds although I know most of the current changes are correct as 
I already tried almost identical changes in my local before.
    Another potential problem might be, backporting other changes would be 
harder. As an extreme example, there was actually a mistake during backporting 
some changes into this script before and I corrected this -
    I personally would like to avoid this change unless there are other good 
reasons to make this change alone in this branch ..

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