I see - I get your point. And in a way I even agree a little
But on the other hand, what I wrote is my honest opinion (I admit, it could have been formulated a little less “direct”, sorry for that I’ll try to do better next time) and I tried to provide the reasons / arguments “why” with it. Where, if not in a forum / discussion about Python should I discuss this?
If you pick this single post out, it is true that it might have a “negative” notion about some developments in the Python community. If you read all of my posts, you likely would come to the conclusion, that I am a Python enthusiast and my “average notion” is at least quite neutral. Some things concerning Python are absolutely great from my POV, some things I do not like at all - both with concrete reasons.
Everybody else is free to have another opinion and naturally also free to comment my opinion. Or just to ignore it. I would love to discuss these things on the basis of arguments. It seems so, that others do not want to discuss these things. OK, fine. But just “flagging me away”, really?
And you may admit, that the second post (the thumbs up) post, definitely has no “negative” notion at all, but it nevertheless was flagged at the very same time. So, my impression was, that somebody was getting personal.
So, all this leads to the question: is this forum (also) the place for discussing Python stuff or not? It is an honest question, I simply do not know, I am still quite new. If not, I naturally can accept that.
Anyway - thanks for your response, I appreciate that,
a solution should be obvious from my/said post: freeze any 3.* version as it had been done with 2.7.* for years. What I mean: the production quality branch should not be the experimental branch. Just my opinion…