What does "available" mean, exactly? Is it in Fedora's official repos or not? Remember that
Python plays 2 separate roles in most distros. It's the runtime for various OS utilities... and a
development platform for users who program. As a Python programmer, I don't care all that
much what version of Python that print manager is using. But I care very much about the
quality of support for the latest 2.x and 3.x versions of Python and associated modules. Both
of which are first class in my "favorite" distro. Though I generally prefer the term "preferred"
to "favorite". One should not get too attached to any one distro. It distorts one's perspective.
At any rate, while Shuttleworth will almost certainly eventually end up in Heaven, I'm
recommending a couple of extra days in purgatory for the PulseAudio thing. Lennart's going
straight to Hell, though. :-)