I have updated my Fedora to 32, which now comes with python 3.8.3.
Trying pip install rasa wants to install an older version (1.10.2), which fails due to tensorflow.
Looking at github, there is support for 3.8 in rasa 1.10.5. However pip does not select this package:
Link requires a different Python (3.8.3 not in: ‘>=3.6,<3.8’)
It seems that the latest pip packages are only for 3.6 & 3.7.
Hi, there is not support for python 3.8 yet as far as I know, not sure where you saw that in github. As the docs say on the Installation Page, Rasa requires python 3.6 or 3.7. I would recommend installing rasa in a virtual environment.