ansible in Fedora 23+ (python3)

Bill Nottingham notting at
Tue Oct 20 15:15:35 UTC 2015

Kevin Kofler (kevin.kofler at said: 
> Fabio Alessandro Locati wrote:
> > Also, the problem is that RedHat still supports RHEL5 systems which
> > for today standards are totally legacy and therefore it has to run on
> > Python 2.4.
> The point of forking would be that the fork wouldn't have to care. Let the 
> upstream project deal with ancient legacy systems, the rest of the world can 
> and should move on.

I don't know how to say this other than your concept of what the "rest of
the world" wants being different from what the current upstream project works on
is entirely wrong.


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