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Re: [nycpython] python-webapi

From: Andrey F.
Sent on: Friday, October 1, 2010 10:53 AM
First impression: neat! Definitely a welcome innovation on urllib.

In the front-page documentation, it would be helpful to state exactly what the abstraction is. For example:

from webapi import WebApi

= WebApi("")
print = "jet ponies")

What does this do? I'd expect it to hit If it does, you should say so explicitly. If I've misunderstood, you should explain what it does.

- Andrey

On Thu, Sep 30, 2010 at 2:16 PM, Jordan P <[address removed]> wrote:
Hey Everyone,

My name is Jordan Perr. I'm an electrical engineering student at The Cooper Union and a python developer on the side. I am currently working on a mashup service between and (to be released soon). Out of my development, I have forked an open source library to make http api calls more pythonic. If you've ever found yourself mucking around with urllib, http response codes, or url data formatting and wished api calls "just worked" as described in documentation, check out my project.

I'd love to hear your criticisms, your questions, and your ideas on how to make this library useful. This is my first time managing an open source project, so any criticisms about my documentation and help with project administration would be greatly appreciated!

I look forward to reading your responses!
--Jordan Perr

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