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The resources aren't "code" but people and time. You have a limited set of folks who consistently contribute and become reviewers/committers. This is all based on volunteer time - no one is paying these folks to do it. So, asking these folks to divide their limited volunteered time between multiple versions of python is unfair. I think this is the right decision to take.

If you feel you have "plenty of resources" you can fork the python2 version of numpy and maintain it.




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