python-route53 feedback wanted

Thursday, November 08 2012

Late last night (or early this morning), I finished the draft of python-route53, a stand-alone Route 53 module with Python 3.x and Python 2.7 compatibility. Route 53 is an excellent DNS service offered by Amazon Web Services. It exposes everything through an API.

My intentions with python-route53 are two-fold:

  • There were no Python 3 compatible Route 53 modules that I knew of. I had a need for one.
  • I didn’t feel like any of the existing Route 53 modules were as simple and easy-to-use as they could be.

What I’d like to do is reach out and get some feedback on whether I have succeeded or not in both regards. I’d like to get a packaged release out later this week, but hoped to get some eyeballs on the documentation and the source before it lands on PyPi.

If you’d like to take a look, see the python-route53 documentation and the project at Github. Feel free to leave issues on the issue tracker with feedback, or tweet at me.



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