Am 27.03.20 um 22:41 schrieb Moritz Mühlenhoff: [...] > I agree. It's unreasonable to block this removal further. fretsonfire > is not a standalone package, but a part of a long chain of packages > affected by the Py2 removal and this can't wait longer. I completely disagree here. Fretsonfire is one package affected by the Py2 removal but certainly not the only one. If it was the only one, then there would be absolutely no question because the Py2 removal is more important than a single package. But it is not the only one. There is still a lot of time left, we are still in the middle of the release cycle. What really saddens me is that people who either don't contribute or very little to Debian Games try to force their agenda one year before we freeze for Bullseye. I find that unacceptable to be honest. It's a slap in the face for contributors who have already ported several games to Python 3 and to be honest, it's a reason for me to quit this team altogether if you remove fretsonfire one year before the freeze. > If anyone ports it to Py3 until Bullseye freeze, even better. Failing > that, it's still available on Flathub for every future Debian user: > https://www.flathub.org/apps/details/net.sourceforge.fretsonfire Sure, maybe we should just direct all of our users to flathub for all our non-essential and non-important packages. Let's focus on the Linux kernel, systemd, and some GNU tools only, that's the universal operating system for you kids.
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