Talk:Fedora 14 talking points

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I think Perl 5.12 and Python 2.7 don't qualify here. Sure, they are new versions of the languages, but Perl 6 and Python 3 are the kind of stuff people does talk about.
 
I think Perl 5.12 and Python 2.7 don't qualify here. Sure, they are new versions of the languages, but Perl 6 and Python 3 are the kind of stuff people does talk about.
 
--[[User:Vonbrand|Vonbrand]] 01:21, 30 July 2010 (UTC)
 
--[[User:Vonbrand|Vonbrand]] 01:21, 30 July 2010 (UTC)
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True. I agree with this, but not all python programers are ready to move to 3, so they will stick with 2.X for a while longer, knowing this support will keep them with fedora. [[User:Asmartgoat|Asmartgoat]] 08:51, 14 October 2010 (UTC)
 
True. I agree with this, but not all python programers are ready to move to 3, so they will stick with 2.X for a while longer, knowing this support will keep them with fedora. [[User:Asmartgoat|Asmartgoat]] 08:51, 14 October 2010 (UTC)
 
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I think Perl 5.12 and Python 2.7 don't qualify here. Sure, they are new versions of the languages, but Perl 6 and Python 3 are the kind of stuff people does talk about. --Vonbrand 01:21, 30 July 2010 (UTC)

True. I agree with this, but not all python programers are ready to move to 3, so they will stick with 2.X for a while longer, knowing this support will keep them with fedora. Asmartgoat 08:51, 14 October 2010 (UTC)

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