Entries for tag "python3"

Py3progress 2014 and 2015

I haven't done an update about py3progress in a couple of years, so here goes.

2014

Overall the year has been very positive for Python 3 support. The year started with a number of Python 2 only packages falling out of the top 200. There was also quite a few packages going Python 3 compatible. Toward the end of the year, we have three packages mark themselves as Python ...

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Django Roadmap

I haven't been very good at keeping up with blogging. I hope to do better this year.

In June last year (2015), the Django project released their roadmap of development for the next couple of years. It includes details such as when the next releases are due and the new versioning scheme with clearer long term support (LTS) version numbers. One of the most surprising things to me was ...

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Py3progress updated and 2013 review

I have updated the py3progress site. I really should automate it sometime, since the last update was in September.

Since the whole of 2013 is now up, I think we should review what happened.

2013 in review

So the first thing that jumps out at me is there is less red and more green. That's great! Concretely, the percentage of the top 200 that supports Python 3 has gone ...

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