[22:32:46] <richleland> yeah - I'm using requests under the hood, so I'm going to have a DWSConnection class that has attributes like original_response (the requests Response class), and other things like data, etc.
[22:33:35] <richleland> so in Django code we can do something like response = api.get(someurl).embed('modules')
[22:33:58] <richleland> then do shit like response.data, response.original_response, response.data.modules, etc.
[22:34:17] <richleland> it's just a wrapper to make working with this crazy ass API easier
[22:35:11] <MattBowen> cool -- so yeah, data and original_response would be @properties that triggered a request
[22:35:19] <MattBowen> now i kinda want to wrap an API
[23:34:59] <aclark> grrr, i can't believe so many people use the word "leverage" instead of "use" e.g. http://docs.fabfile.org/en/1.3.4/usage/fab.html?highlight=leverage#arbitrary-remote-shell-commands
[23:50:54] <papna> I edited "leveraging" to "using" in an email I wrote earlier.