[Catalog-sig] Callbacks and Data access

"Martin v. Löwis" martin at v.loewis.de
Wed May 5 08:23:45 CEST 2010

> Looks good, but the page suffers from information overload.

Tough luck.

> I basically want to know given a package X, the download and release
> history(timeline) of it along with the package details.

I understand. I'm not going to publish the web server access logs.

> Also, i want to know whether it would be 'legally' correct if i present
> the data in my website in a 'better way' and link to pypi for
> downloading the package?

As long as you comply with copyright law, certainly.

> The idea is I want to develop a Python Toolbox that the community doesnt
> have presently (i am working on a prototype here
> <http://pytoolbox.appspot.com/> - the site is still in its alpha and i
> am working on it). Presenting information in a much visually appealing
> way and also helping to choose between the packages would be the goal.

Hmm. I would rather prefer if you contributed any enhancements to PyPI
directly, instead of building a separate site.


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