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openSUSE Leap 15.1 is available at the end of May 2019, and the upgrade process is simple.
Note, that it is always a good idea to:
– look into the upgrade release notes to make sure, you don’t run in any deprecations with your currently running software
– run a backup or a snapshot of the system, which will going to be upgraded.
pythonclock.org is a pretty simple countdown for the end of Python 2.
The End Of Life, sunset date for Python 2.7 is officially announced to January 1, 2020.
It’s not a 1 April fool joke and not a really something new.
Python 3, a major, backwards-incompatible release, was released on December 3, 2008. 
So lets say, it was pretty clear who has not switched to Python 3 version,
it’s your own fault.
This a simple dive in for converting Python code from version 2 to Python 3.
Perhaps you have have a bunch of staging or testing systems with different python version and you have to switch between different systems to test your written code with different python version.
Or you tried to use multiple python version parallel installed, lets say on a older os.
That a really mess!
Some project have strict dependencies, and requires additional python 3.x versions to manage the dependencies.
This describes a walkthrough of a build of python 3.5.6 from a source tarball.
Just go to python.org Download section and copy the download link to a python version of your need: