Before switching to Python 3.8 I'd like to know the prodigy roadmap for supporting that. Do you know when you'll support 3.8?
Yes, when we build new wheels for the next version, we'll also try to build wheels for Python 3.8.
We only just got Python 3.8 wheels built for all our other packages and dependencies – we first had to wait for our CI / build services and other build tooling to support it. (The nice thing in Prodigy's case is that it's typically not a runtime dependency, so you can always run it in a separate 3.7 environment if you need to.)