manage.py shebang should reflect used python executable
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since Django now supports both Python 2 and Python 3, it seems that shebang in generated manage.py in new projects should reflect this. Currently, manage.py always points to "python", but IMHO when generated with python3, it should point to "python3". I think it makes sense to manage a project with python version that was used to generate it.