On 07/17/2018 04:35 PM, Miro Hrončok wrote:
We want to keep them and we are able to maintain Python 2 for them
(well, we would very much prefer to have them ported to Python 3 but we
realize it's not always happening.)
Well, if something is broken in python2, breaking one of the packages
you want to maintain it for, likely it's broken for other packages too?
But I see what you mean...
One of the reasons I suggested modules was that it would take concrete
work for packages that still need python2 to become modular and depend
on a python2 module, making it easier to just retire everything in the
main collection that doesn't take any action.
I think without that you are back to a whitelist... "all python2
dependent packages will be retired in F30, except the ones on this list"
and you will have to detect those.