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    I am very excited for this! This was one of long awaited library for Python 3 support.

    Follow this thread to know why it took them so long: link

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      I wish I had known this project existed a year ago :(

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        Yay! Always exciting to see another project come into the Python 3 fold.

        I think it’s clear at this point that the world is seriously working at adopting 3, and if a module isn’t ported, it’ll get obsoleted by a new module that’s designed for Python 3 from the ground up.

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          A lot of people were looking to https://python3wos.appspot.com/ for an indicator of the climate but the reality is that there’s a long tail of projects that need to adopt Python 3. What’s most encouraging to me is that most new projects are defaulting either to Python 3 only or to Python 2 & 3 from the start. I think the next step is to start communicating to users that Python 3 is a viable (from the perspective of packages supporting it) platform and that new development should absolutely be on Python 3.

          Unfortunately, PyPI download statistics show that Python 2.7 still has more downloads than Python 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, and 3.5 combined (if I’m recalling correctly).