Hello there, I'm just curious, do the Zope 3 developers think about Python 3 and if yes, what?
I mean, there is a lot of hype going on, but of course 2.6 is perfectly fine and here on Ubuntu the standard Zope 3 instance even uses 2.4 which also works out good. As far as I know, there is even more legacy stuff in there dating back to python 2.3. (Thinking about the datetime stuff that is bugging me every once in a while). This is all not a problem now, but may be biting some time in the foreseeable future, and the changes in 3.0 are not that big for the API - from what I read - to make migration too hard. So, do we have a stance in this matter? - seth -- Sebastian Bartos, <seth.kriti...@googlemail.com> keyserevr: pgp.mit.edu
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