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Re: Has Debian abandoned Python?

Josselin Mouette wrote:
> Le jeudi 03 décembre 2009 à 22:46 +0100, Luk Claes a écrit : 
>>> Many still seem to think that Ubuntu is sufficiently close to Debian
>>> that work done in it should be easily transferrable. If this is not the
>>> case, maybe we need to start treating Ubuntu more like we do Fedora.
>> Because it is sufficiently close, mistakes learnt in one should probably
>> not be repeated in the other...
> Yeah, sure. I guess this is why the dist-packages changes, which were so
> painful for Ubuntu, were applied to Debian as well without any kind of
> discussion.

Also the Python2.6 transition was an utter mess as it was started WAY too late.
We're going to face that mess in Debian again. Some people learn nothing by
their own mistakes just because they think they're better then all the others.

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