Hi there,

after the release I've got some vacations and I've made a break, that's why I've skipped the last few weeks progress notes, but now I'm back.

The release was a big thing, after 3 years of developments, and many new exiting stuff to show (Cagou, which is also running on Android, the advanced file sharing, photo albums, events, etc.), it is also the first "general audience" version, meaning that it's the first one which is usable for everybody, not only people with technical background. Even if there is still work to do on UX and stability, we're on the right track.

The Android version of Cagou is not stable yet, but there are several things which were not fixable easily under Python 2 (there is notably a bug on file opening with Python for Android which is not reproducible on Python 3). I hope to have feedbacks to make next version really enjoyable.

I was really happy to finally do this release, and now I can move forward and in particular do the Python 3 port.

During my holidays I've spend some time doing the first steps of the port (just a few hours here and there), and I could quite quickly get the backend and frontends running. Once back, this week, I've reviewed it and done some polishing before committing, and I'm happy to say that the development version of the backend and all the frontends now run on Python 3. Some features are still not working, but most things are here and running.

This unlock many things, and I'm very looking forward to used them : asyncio with async/await syntax, Brython, Transcrypt, and many libraries which are Python 3 only.

Thanks to better error handling, I could also already fix some issues not seen with Python 2, and we can already appreciate a performance boost (specially visible with tickets).

Once that done, I've released SàT Pubsub 0.3.0 (a release note will come soon about this), and started the developments of 0.4.0 with… Python 3 port : dev version of SàT Pubsub is now also running on Python 3. That means that all SàT ecosystem is now Python 3 only.

Beside that, I've also made 3 pull requests to see Cagou, Primitivus and jp on Flathub, but there are some modifications to do there before they can be merged.

That's all, see you next week.