And I suspect that is the main reason why so few have made the jump: there is no real incentive. There are no killer features (for most) and there is a huge cost associated with supporting python3.x
If there was a way to support both versions in the same codebase cleanly, I would have done it by now, but there isn't. (exception handling is one sticky point, there are others)
To be honest, I don't see any easy way out of this one. Complaining that authors don't make the porting effort is barking up the wrong tree.
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