Toshio Kuratomi wrote:
> From the summary for today's meeting:
> The committee started voting on new Guidelines for python modules that
> includes Guidelines for python3 but suffered network difficulties in the
> middle of the discussion. This will ocntinue on the packaging mailing list
> and hopefully be voted on later this week.
> Current state:
> For: 3 rdieter, tibbs, abadger1999
> Against: 1 racor racor wants to have a note in the guidelines of when the
> python-2.x package will be removed from Fedora. Other committee members
> argued that this was 1) out of scope for the FPC (would be a packagr or
> FESCo decision) and 2) impossible to know at this juncture as the uptake of
> python3 among module authors is not yet very high -- that leads to no one
> being able to port because their dependencies have not been
> Logs of this portion are at:
> I'd like to have the vote continued, here on the mailing list to see if we
> can either get the 5 +1's we need or dig up issues that must be addressed.
> There is a Fedora 13 Feature that depends on this:
> We should at least have some idea of whether there's large remaining
> problems to be worked out in the Guidelines for Feature Freeze (Tues next week).
> hansg was a +1 provided no big problems were brought up but couldn't be
> present for the discussion. Hans, are you still +1 after racor's objection?
> limburgher, sorry we couldn't resolve you being able to speak in channel
> until after the meeting. Care to cast your vote?
> rathann, SmootherFrOgZ, spot, your votes would also be appreciated.
> packaging mailing list
+1 from me. I got my IRC snag sorted out about 15 minutes after the
meeting ended. I would very much liked to have participated in the
discussion, but was heartened to watch my arguments in support of my
vote being made for me.
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