Hi, as we know, Python2 is EOL in python upstream community, and we drop
the python2 support in 22.03.
But there are huge and real demands from users said they are still using
python2 in there projects om openEuler 22.03:
1.OpenStack Q version suppprt, some companys want to support Q but they
found no python2 support.
2. OpenHPC community are using python2 in their upstream, because the meta
pkg like tau are still using python2.
3.IIRC, servral bigdata projects like HUE, storm, are still using python2.
4.Compare to popular OS, like centos, ubuntu, they are still provide
official rpm pkg, users can install python2 by yum or apt directly.
and so much like above user demands I couldn't list all in here.
So, is there any possible way to let python2 back by some reasonable way?
(official support?oepkg? 3rd repo?)
Feel free to comments any idea/suggestion in here.