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Release Early, Release Often, Adopt Slowly

Peter Eisentraut, a software engineer at F-Secure who also works on PostgreSQL and is a Debian Developer, has some good advice for people concerned about the adoption rate of Python 3. More here

The next Debian release (squeeze+1), which will presumably include PostgreSQL 8.5 or later and a solid Python 3.x environment, will then not be released before January 2012, if we believe the current 18-months-plus-slip cycle of Debian. So it will be mid-2012 until significant numbers have upgraded Debian and PostgreSQL to the then-current versions.

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