> Do you even know what you're talking about, manatlan?
> That does not provide any kind of "full python" (as you put it)
> library, it simply provides external resources which you can utilize
> using urlfetch.
it provides a simple way to build restful webservice, which can be
build with python, and many other python libs ...
(so you can code in python on utilitymill, and code in python in gae)
After that, you consume your webservice easily with urlfetch
And so, you can easily consume a thumbnailer webservice ...
> Also, that thumbnail service doesn't support GIFs.
I've just added GIF support to this restful webservice (it took me
2secs, just added GIF in the dropdown) ... see here :
(note it provides full pil support, so you can do all what you can do
> I'm not sure how
> you can call something a thumbnailer without supporting one of the big
> three image file formats.
use the code, luke !