I'd like to update python3-setuptools from 19.6.2 to something newer (at
least 20.8.1 but hopefully much later) without breaking the world.
However, I don't have much experience with possible setuptools breakage.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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My name is Daniel, and I'd love to help out the Fedora project in some manner. Been a Fedora user on and off since Fedora 1 (used RH 9 back in the day), and I've been coding with Python for about a decade now--things like bioinformatics software, analysis pipelines, and automation--and may be of some use. There appear to be some python2 packages that still need some packaging/porting to python3, but that may not be of use much longer? If there is an area of particular need, and someone has a few spare moments to point me in the right direction, that would be wonderful. I'm not very experienced with packaging in Fedora yet, but I'm a quick learner and self-motivated, so it should be relatively painless :).