ElasticUtils is a Python library for building and executing ElasticSearch searches.
I was only at the sprints for a single day. Rob and I spent some time working on elasticutils. Several good things came out of that:
Someone on IRC asked whe the next version of elasticutils will go out. I have no schedule right now, but I think it's important to let the code get used by projects that don't mind being bleeding edge and bake for a bit. The code in master tip right now is 0.7.dev and the big change since 0.6 is that we switched from pyes to pyelasticsearch. That's a big change---the more baking it does, the better.
Having said that, a release depends mostly on how much free time I have in the near future. I'm about to lose all free time for a bit, so my guess is that we won't see a 0.7 release until this summer unless there's a compelling reason to push one out.
In the meantime, I'm actively maintaining the v0.5 and v0.6 branches. I'd like to stop maintaining the v0.5 branch, but need to get Mozillians and AMO off of it first.
If you have any questions, let us know! We hang out on #elasticutils on irc.mozilla.org.
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