So the only way for pro-users to get rid of depricated python2.7 is to use the 7.1.1 beta…
I installed it on my testbench an did some basic tests, that worked fine. But I’m still to nervous to install it on my production server.
My production server has far more data and is critical for us.
I would like to understand why the 7.1.1 is still beta?
What are the knowing issues, causing this version to still be a beta?
I would assume that the Community Edition is the same stability but as its a Community Edition the users are the Beta testers. But there no-one seems to care about issues.
Nevertheless the CE is “officially” non beta with python3 support and the Pro Server is not.
So what to Pro-Users do?
Wait and hope that Python2.7 will not have any security-issues in the next weeks or upgrade to the Beta and pray that it works in production?
I’m a bit annoyed that the pro verion is not yet Python3 ready…
But maybe I just didn’t get behind the update politics behind seafile and missed some information.
Thanks for your Feedback