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View Poll Results: Should pynetworktables drop python 2 support?
Yes 12 75.00%
No 0 0%
Don't care 4 25.00%
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Question: should we drop python 2 support for pynetworktables

Python 2 is almost EOL, and there are things we'd like to do to make pynetworktables better that require python 3. I'm interested in knowing how many people care about python 2 support.
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