A Field Service engineer should have some experience with telecommunication systems and at least a two-year degree for telecommunication field technician jobs. Telecom field engineering is a very demanding job because they have to work long hours and have to show up as soon as they receive a call when they’re not on the job. A field engineer also needs to work in high-stress scenarios and repair the equipment till the service is restored.
I sent similar email to more mailing lists, all related to PyGPGPU
packages. Sorry if you receive this many times; I'll follow all replys.
Debian Python Team is working on removal of Python 2 from
unstable/testing which means that most probably next Debian stable
(Bullseye) will contain neither Python 2 nor packages for it.
Here is discussion:
and here are pages with statistics of this process
This change will not touch current Debian stable - only testing,
unstable, and next Debian stable (which will probably be released
around 2021 or so).
Before I remove Python 2 support for my packages, I'd like to gather
some feedback. So if you're using PyCUDA under Python 2 on Debian,
please respond. Do you plan to migrate? In which timeframe?
If now - why? What will happen if I remove PyCUDA packages?
Please respond by the end of September. I'll gather all responses and
shall summarize them (possibly even if they don't directly touch
Tomasz Rybak, Debian Developer <serpent(a)debian.org>
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