Dirk Mueller píše v Pá 21. 06. 2019 v 12:02 +0200:
On Thursday, June 20, 2019 11:31:48 PM CEST Matěj Cepl wrote:
Moreover, as I have reported previously (https://lists.opensuse.org/opensuse-factory/2019-04/msg00229.html) we plan to remove Python 2 from Factory on January 1, 2020, so all attempts to keep python2-* packages around seems a bit wasteful.
Are we in agreement that python3-XXX packages are good for Factory? I am not clear on that.
It would certainly make my life a whole lot easier, as singlespec is difficult (pulls in a lot of python 2.x stuff) and makes collaboration with fedora less feasible.
NO. We need singlespec as long as we plan to support older codestreams. And esp. since you guys backport a lot of stuff to older distributions it would make sense.
Also we planned to allow people using the pypy with singlespec which should make some science people really happy.
For us it means we will be more generous in writting '%define skip_python2 1' and simply not bother about its support if it is no longer feasible.