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Old 01-10-2017
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Lightbulb is(Python == ProjectHax)

REF: -> Wiki Python2 or 3 <-
What are the differences?

Short version: Python 2.x is legacy, Python 3.x is the present and future of the language
While researching, I noticed that Weeman's product ,aka PhBot, has same development progress as Python.

LEGACY = Python 2.x , old stable phbot

PRESENT = Python 3.x , Stable Phbot

FUTURE = Python 3.x(DEV) , Testing Phbot.

Like in stubborn legacy users in python, there were members which insisted to use old stable version.

Once a wise man said , "Oldschool never dies!"

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Old 01-10-2017
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There are lots of projects that work like that. I sort of tried to do what the Linux kernel does with development cycles but not exactly. They have thousands of developers that contribute and Linus releases an "rc" every couple weeks for people to test. Eventually it gets put out as a "stable" version and they continue on with the next version releasing new rc's. Old versions are eventually EOL'd unless a company comes in and uses a specific version for their product and they maintain the old release with patches and security fixes.

I just have two versions: one where I add a ton of new stuff frequently for people to try out and eventually I merge it back into the stable release every week or so once it's all working.

I used to not do this and it sucked.
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