@davidseaward I've started slowly working towards consolidating the code into one base (no more separate bases for python 3 and 2). After that I'll work on adding 1.2 support. That aside, the work is being done over on https://github.com/yaml/pyyaml
@Ian Cordasco Sounds awesome, thanks! My question was mainly to ask @Kirill Simonov if there was a technical or other reason that they hadn't included this originally, but if you're doing it, it must just be which spec was released at the time or something similar.
@davidseaward I don't have very much free time so it'll likely take a while. I'm not sure why @Kirill Simonov decided to not include 1.2 but that's not exactly important. I know other Python libraries and tools use BitBucket as their canonical location (I maintain flake8). The difference is that I was given commit bit on the GitHub repo, that means nothing though if it isn't the canonical location.