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Author terry.reedy
Recipients JBernardo, docs@python, pitrou, terry.reedy
Date 2011-08-19.20:24:46
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I agree with your sentiments about Python 2 while being aware that not all agree yet and that the current Wiki page was the result of some heated discussion and compromise. I also agree that the page could use tweaking/updating/rewriting. For one thing the supposed 2010 date in inconsistent with 3.2 being released.

"Python 3 is the future of the language." kind of implies that it is not the current version of the language. I would change that to "Python 3 is the present and future of the language"

I might start with discussion of 3 rather that 2.

I am closing this simply because it is not about changing the CPython repository, which is what the tracker tracks. There is no way to attach and review a wiki diff here.
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