4 Jun 2013 average   » (Observer)

Okay, I know this is old, OLD, news, but did anybody else feel let-down by Python v3.0? I was away from civilization at the time and couldn't contribute to the dialog of making "Python3000", so have nothing against the developers who put it together and praise them (and Guido) for their efforts. Nevertheless, I feel the lack of 2.x migration is due to it missing the mark of a real vision of what Python could be.

I've started a page on the WikiWikiWeb called PythonThreeThousand if anybody wants to talk about what a real backward-incompatible revamping of Python would look like.

Hopefully, this isn't too imflammatory. Cheers!


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