•about 6 years ago
We've decided to rename the 1.0.0 release of Feedly to Stream Framework. The reason for this is that the name Feedly was already taken by a company (feedly.com), who kindly asked us to solve this name clash issue. We are doing our best to make the migration painless. Starting from today the Github repository has been moved to:
Furthermore the Stream Framework is available on PYPI and can be installed using pip install stream_framework.
The new stream_framework package is backwards compatible with the feedly package. Your old imports such as from feedly import * will still work. Therefor we recommend you to upgrade immediately by replacing feedly with stream_framework in your requirements file. The old Feedly package will be removed by January 22nd 2015.
On January 22nd 2015 the Feedly package will be removed from PYPI. On the 19th of March 2015 the backwards compatibility for imports will be dropped.
We have several exciting new features planned for the upcoming releases of the Stream Framework.
- Documentation improvements
- Python 3 support
- CQLEngine & Python driver upgrade
- Database backend so you can get started without any effort and move to a more scalable solution easily
- Relevancy based feeds
Let us know in the comments what you are looking forwards to most.
We understand this might be inconvenient for you and your project but we could not postpone it any longer; if you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us: