Hi Michael and Fokko,
I posted some notes today morning, but it was too late I guess.
Isn't the decision to use Python 3.4 too conservative? 3.4 was released on
2014 and I strongly believe that we should be as up-to-date as possible. 3.4
is used by around 13% of users as shown by Scott Belden and indeed this will
shrink. At the same time we cannot use some of the features that seem
obvious in Python 3 (f string formatting, etc.).
Also I think supporting three last minor versions is a good practice, for
example pandas is supporting Python 3.5, 3.6 and 3.7. What do you think
By the way, big thanks for supporting the Python Avro! I'm really glad that
you're bringing up this discussion.
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