I'd like to retire python33 from Fedora 29+.
Upstream has ended 3.3 support in September 2017 . It was security
only since October 2014.
Red Hat does not support 3.3 in any of the products (AFAIK). Software
collection python33 is EOL since Oct 2016 .
Python 3.3 was somehow important with OpenShift Online 2, because that
was the only out of the box working Python 3. OpenShift Online 2 is EOL
since December 2017 .
Debian jessie (oldstable) has Python 3.4. Debian wheezy (oldoldstable)
has 3.2 so that one is irrelevant anyway (regardless being oldold).
Ubuntu 14.04 LTS has 3.4. Ubuntu 12.04 LTS has EOLed in August 2017 and
had 3.2 anyway.
I see no reason a developer would need to test their code against Python
3.3 in 2018. However I might be missing something. If nobody speaks up,
I'll retire python33 in 1-2 weeks.