You are viewing the documentation for an older version of boto (boto2).
Boto3, the next version of Boto, is now stable and recommended for general use. It can be used side-by-side with Boto in the same project, so it is easy to start using Boto3 in your existing projects as well as new projects. Going forward, API updates and all new feature work will be focused on Boto3.
For more information, see the documentation for boto3.
You can view a list of issues that have been closed in this release at https://github.com/boto/boto/issues?milestone=4&state=closed)
You can get a comprehensive list of all commits made between the 2.0 release and the 2.1.0 release at https://github.com/boto/boto/compare/033457f30d...a0a1fd54ef.
Some highlights of this release:
- Server-side encryption now supported in S3.
- Better support for VPC in EC2.
- Support for combiner in StreamingStep for EMR.
- Support for CloudFormations.
- Support for streaming uploads to Google Storage.
- Support for generating signed URL’s in CloudFront.
- MTurk connection now uses HTTPS by default, like all other Connection objects.
- You can now PUT multiple data points to CloudWatch in one call.
- CloudWatch Dimension object now correctly supports multiple values for same dimension name.
- Lots of documentation fixes/additions
There were 235 commits in this release from 35 different authors. The authors are listed below, in no particular order:
- Erick Fejta
- Joel Barciauskas
- Matthew Tai
- Hyunjung Park
- Mitch Garnaat
- Victor Trac
- Andy Grimm
- Dan Lecocq
- Greg Taylor
- Brian Grossman
- Marc Brinkmann
- Hunter Blanks
- Steve Johnson
- Keith Fitzgerald
- Kamil Klimkiewicz
- Eddie Hebert
- Samuel Lucidi
- Kazuhiro Ogura
- David Arthur
- Michael Budde
- Vineeth Pillai
- Trevor Pounds
- Mike Schwartz
- Ryan Brown
- Chetan Sarva
- Dan Callahan
- INADA Naoki
- Mitchell Hashimoto
- Chris Moyer
- Ted Romer
- Justin Riley
- Brian Beach
- Simon Ratner
We processed 60 pull requests for this release from 40 different contributors. Here are the github user id’s for all of the pull request authors:
If you are trying to reconcile that data (i.e. 35 different authors and 40 users with pull requests), well so am I. I’m just reporting on the data that I get from the Github api 8^)