See "What's new in Spyce 2.1": http://spyce.sourceforge.net/docs/whats-new-2-1.html
Somewhat belatedly, here is the Spyce 2.0 announcement:
Spyce 2.0 has been released.
Spyce is a python web application server, combining the features of
popular frameworks such as ASP.NET and JSP with Pythonic elegance.
Spyce may be deployed as a standalone server (or proxied behind
Apache), or under mod_python, FastCGI, or CGI. Documentation and
demos are at http://spyce.sourceforge.net/.
Highlights of Spyce 2.0 include:... read more
Spyce 2.0 beta is available for download: http://spyce.sourceforge.net/docs/get.html.
The main Spyce site (spyce.sourceforge.net) has been updated with the new docs, examples, and demos.
Full changelog is here: http://svn-hosting.com/svn/spyce/trunk/spyce/CHANGES; highlights include
new-style active tags
OpenACS-like (Tiles-ish, for you JSP people) parent/child templating system
- roughly the same speed as include.spyce, so using one parent template
has about 1/2 the overhead as the old standard
reusable components without the leaky abstraction of ASP.NET et al.
Spyce (Python Server Pages) v1.3.10 released. Get it at:
Major changes: -improved built-in webserver - support for ASP/JSP-like syntax - implicitly loading taglib and spylambda on demand - compatibility with mod_python v3.0.1 for apache 2 ... and lots more including fixes and documentation updates.
Get it at: http://spyce.sourceforge.net