…s to the release notes directly.
… using python 2.5 or higher
…ey must use 2.5 to use SQLite.
… the term "commit" instead of "changeset". Also, new developers may not know what it means to "find your HEAD commit," so I modified the sentence to be more clear.
…on" as started by Guruprasad
…h git; revision numbers no longer increase monotomically like they did with SVN.
…No longer encourage new python developers to ignore 3.0.
… update the book to version 1.4
Replaced the render_to_response shortcut with render everywhere because newer django code tends not to use render_to_response at all. Also updated text where it refered to render_to_response arguments and the use of RequestContext with render.
Incorporated Jacob's comments. Updated the 'Installing the "development" version' section to use Git as Django is versioned on Git and a few more 1.4 changes.