Python in Fedora 13

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Feature highlights

Software developers building applications which require compatibility with future releases of Python will find two significant enhancements in Fedora 13's Python stack.

Parallel installation

What is it?

Why do I care?

Give me an example of what I can do with it.

Give me a few technical details.

  • What Python is in F12?
  • What Python is in F13 alpha?
  • What is still to come?

Point me at more information.

For more information, see the Fedora 13 talking points.

Debugging

What is it?

Why do I care?

Give me an example of what I can do with it.

Give me a few technical details.

For more information, see the Fedora 13 talking points.

The folks behind the feature

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I envision this section being an opportunity to make something that is scary and complicated a bit more personal, but introducing a few people who have interesting things to say about this particular feature, and with whom we'll be conducting interviews, etc.
  • Dave Malcolm (user page, blog) -- Senior Software Engineer at Red Hat and the primary maintainer of Python for both Fedora and Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
  • Luke Macken (user page, blog) -- Software Engineer at Red Hat and member of Fedora's release engineering and infrastructure groups.

Both Dave and Luke are members of Fedora's Python Special Interest Group.

Podcast

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Video