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    Rick Hanlon II
    @rickhanlonii
    i should investigate why this test passes
    Daniel Holmes
    @jaitaiwan
    It’s not even valid...
    The url should be:
    multi[]=par1, multi[]=par2
    At least that’s my understanding
    Rick Hanlon II
    @rickhanlonii
    yeah
    that's what i thought too
    seems like we can ship and deal with issue as they arise
    Daniel Holmes
    @jaitaiwan
    I also remember someone complaining about getting all the values from the url when a variable is specified multiple times
    Rick Hanlon II
    @rickhanlonii
    yeah, that's probably it
    Daniel Holmes
    @jaitaiwan
    We should at least change it so it fits URL spec
    Rick Hanlon II
    @rickhanlonii
    any preference on which fork we go with for py3?
    we're not breaking any backwards compatibility so i'd be inclined to open an issue and fix in a minor release
    if only because it's been years waiting for a py3 release
    if you're keen on getting it in though, i'm not fussed
    Daniel Holmes
    @jaitaiwan
    Fair enough… We could do a dual release… So release py3 with 1.9.1 and also 1.10
    Ugh
    I mean 1.8.x 1.9
    Rick Hanlon II
    @rickhanlonii
    yeah, that sounds like the move
    Daniel Holmes
    @jaitaiwan
    Ok did some research and both /foo/bar?foo[]=bar&foo[]=baz&foo[]=qux and /foo/bar?foo=bar&foo=baz&foo=qux
    So we probably need to open a request to allow specifying which version to use as it’s web-server dependant
    Rick Hanlon II
    @rickhanlonii
    yeah, agreed
    Daniel Holmes
    @jaitaiwan
    Cool. So to-do:
    (1) Remove multi test (2) Open issue to cover a new test which is more accurate (3) modify readme and move examples to wiki (4) Release 1.9 and 1.8.x with Python compatibility.
    Rick Hanlon II
    @rickhanlonii
    yep, i can handle 1 and 2
    Daniel Holmes
    @jaitaiwan
    Saweet!
    Dude we’re bossing it with this OSP
    haha
    Rick Hanlon II
    @rickhanlonii
    :two_men_holding_hands:
    Daniel Holmes
    @jaitaiwan
    :shipit:
    Guilherme Bazilio
    @gbazilio
    anyone using the lib as a provider?
    Guilherme Bazilio
    @gbazilio
    ?
    Daniel Holmes
    @jaitaiwan
    Sorry @gbazilio not sure what your question is.
    Hey Gents! Happy to announce the immediate release of python-oauth2 1.9. The distribution is now fully py3k compatible with passing tests in 2.6, 2.7, 3.3 and 3.4
    Rick Hanlon II
    @rickhanlonii
    woot woot! great stuff @jaitaiwan
    Daniel Holmes
    @jaitaiwan
    Thanks @rickhanlonii :D Posted it up on r/Python as well. Seems like a lot of people happy it's back
    Rick Hanlon II
    @rickhanlonii
    @jaitaiwan where's the post?
    found it
    Rick Hanlon II
    @rickhanlonii
    well, i'll see if tests pass in python 3.5
    Daniel Holmes
    @jaitaiwan
    Want to do a PR against develop on .travis.yml?
    Daniel Holmes
    @jaitaiwan
    I'll do it, don't think youre around at this time hey?
    Daniel Holmes
    @jaitaiwan
    Turns out python 3.5 isn’t working on travis atm
    travis-ci/travis-ci#4790
    Rick Hanlon II
    @rickhanlonii
    hey, sorry i wasn't around
    i figured it wouldn't be ready on travis yet @jaitaiwan, so i'm going to run the tests locally first
    it's surprisingly difficult to get virtualenvs with python 2. and 3. to play nice together, so i'm still getting a 3.5 virtualenv created
    Daniel Holmes
    @jaitaiwan
    Cool
    Turns out they had 3.5 but they didn’t have an alias
    3.5.0
    Is it uses