Supported Python versions¶
In opsdroid we follow NEP 29 to decide which versions of Python to support at any given time.
NEP29 states that we should support any Python version released in the previous 42 months. This effectively covers the previous two releases of Python (the release cycle is 18 months) and includes an additional six months to account for any fluctuations in release dates. It gives the community time to adopt new releases.
In addition to this we will also endeavour to support new minor versions of Python within 6 months of their release.
| Version | Release Date | Start Support | End Support | Status | |———|—————-|—————|—————|———————| | 3.5.0 | September 2015 | March 2016 | March 2019 | No longer supported | | 3.6.0 | December 2016 | June 2017 | June 2020 | No longer supported | | 3.7.0 | June 2018 | December 2018 | December 2021 | No longer supported | | 3.8.0 | October 2019 | April 2020 | April 2023 | Supported | | 3.9.0 | October 2020 | January 2021 | April 2024 | Supported |
If you think this table may be out of date please help by raising a Pull Request to fix it.