I'd like to see a meetup on the differences between python 3 and python 2. This could include the issue of porting code to python 3 and maintaining two versions for py2 and py3 simultaneously.
I'm not clear on what to expect in terms of executing python 2 code on new linux distributions and when to expect it.
There are also apparently automated 2to3 and 3to2 utilities. If this can be written as a utility ("with some manual help"), what's the big deal?
IS this no big deal, that is, not worth a meetup presentation?
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