[PATCH v2 0/4] Remove support for Django 1.6

Finucane, Stephen stephen.finucane at intel.com
Tue Nov 10 04:20:00 AEDT 2015

> Hi,
> Just to throw another datapoint at folks.  RHEL-7 has this notion of
> software collections.  It allows customers to update a collection tools to
> a
> newer version (RH supported) in the /opt area.  Then using a script (which
> sets env variables), a program can easily use python3 and postgres9.2 on
> RHEL-7.
> You can read about it here:
> https://access.redhat.com/support/policy/updates/rhscl
> and talk with your RH account manager about more of the details.
> You would still need to pip install Django, but at least you could get a
> newer supported python and postgres on RHEL-7.  Not sure how much it helps.
> Again it was just another datapoint.
> Cheers,
> Don

Hey Don,

I notice Rails is listed as a package there. What's the possibility of getting
Django added? Nigh-on non-existent? To say Django is widespread would be an
understatement. I'd envision quite a few users for this package.


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