On Fri, Jun 5, 2020 at 10:58 AM Steve M via OpenSource
<opensource@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Had a nice chat with Mike Pavlak and he recommended that I remove Python 2
from my system since I have both 2 and 3 installed, and just use 3.

It's true that you should just use Python 3 if you are writing anything new.

If you're using *anything* from 5733-OPS (Python 2 or 3, Node.js,
etc.), then it's recommended to also uninstall all of that.

But your Python 2 is not from 5733-OPS; rather, you have Python 2
which is included with `yum`. As such, it needs to stay on the system.
`yum` is currently dependent on that Python 2, and until such time as
it isn't, you need to keep that Python 2. As you can see from the
messages, `yum` is protected, as it should be. You definitely do NOT
want to get rid of that!

John Y.

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