I'm considering breaking Python 2.3 compatibility in upcoming releases,
what this really means is that I'd like to start using some of the
language advances that Python has made in the last *six* years (2.3 was
released in mid 2003).
Since i know a number of organizations still using 2.4, I won't
deprecate that at the same time (as much as I'd like to).
I'd like to get a gauge of how many people are still using Cheetah on
Python 2.3; if it's a sizable number, I'll adjust my plans and maintain
a "Cheetah 2.3" branch that will have certain commits backported to it
for some amount of time.
-R. Tyler Ballance