On behalf of the RPM and DNF teams, I would like to highlight changes that
have appeared in our packages in 2020. Thanks everyone for your bug
reports and patches!
Inspired by a similar report from the Copr team, I’ve decided to look back at 2020 from the perspective of Python in Fedora (and little bit in RHEL/CentOS+EPEL as well). Here are the things we have done in Fedora (and EL) in 2020. By we I usually mean the Python Maint team at Red Hat and/or the Fedora’s Python SIG.
The year 2020 was a special year for the Python community (not only because of the pandemic), as Python 2 has finally gone out of support at the very beginning of the year, with an ultimate (somehow celebratory) release of Python 2.7.18 in April.Continue reading
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