Overall people started writing more python 3: +15 points in "I ever wrote python 3 code", +10 points in "I write more python 3 than 2". Transition is still ongoing and I hope a tipping point will be soon be attained.
Users definitely seem to want to switch to python 3, but dependencies keep them with 2.7 (I weep for the few ones still on 2.5).
edit: google results were inaccessible, now fixed.
I'm wondering if wxpython phoenix is stable enough to warrant the time and effort, or if I should hold off until there is a non-dev release?
QT fares significantly better on the usability. Java's look and feel system works as well. You could also separate the V properly, and for instance use WinAPI wrapper on Windows platform. Just please, please let wxwidgets die already :(
I'm doing some reading about PyQt5 now and I think I'll give it a shot.
Thanks for the reply.