Tres Seaver wrote:

> The "burden of proof" *is* the work you just signed up the "preserve
> 2.4" group for:  monitoring the packages they care about for things
> which break under 2.4, and proposing 2.4-compatible fixes.

Sure. That's different to saying officially that ZTK does not support 
Python 2.4, though, which is where we were going before.

> Note as well that the mere presence of certain kinds of BBB code is a
> burden on the core maintainers.  Conditional imports, for instance,
> create untestable code paths, as do other kinds of "capability" checks.
>  Removing that kind of cruft increases the quality of the codebase, at
> the expense of backward compatibility.



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