launchpadlib is an open-source Python library that lets you treat the HTTP resources published by Launchpad's web service as Python objects responding to a standard set of commands.

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How to get all the bugs associated with a particular project

I am looking a way to get all the bugs assocaited with particular project using launchpad API. I wanted to use some kind of clustering alogrithm to divide the bugs into predefined catagories.
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How to search for and list available ppas via the python launchpad API?

I can't figure out how to use the python launchpadlib to search for ppas. In other words, I am looking for a python API interface for the official launchpad (ubuntu) ppa search. A web form for the ...
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How to get all the Launchpad bugs using a given tag using launchpadlib?

Is there a way to retrieve all the bugs that have been tagged using a given tag using launchpadlib? I'm looking at something like: launchpad.bugs(tag='bitesize')
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Retrieve Launchpad Answers programatically

I would like to retrieve programatically all questions&answers related to one project from launchpad, so that I can import those to a new forum site. I was looking at launchpadlib but I cannot ...
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How to login from terminal using launchpad.net credentials?

I will share an example with you so that you can understand it better: I am an authenticated user of launchpad.net. Now I want to login with my launchpad credentials to access this site's data. I am ...
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query last LTS version with Launchpad API

Is there any option to query the Launchpad API for a list of all LTS releases? Otherwise, I can get the releases and their status by from launchpadlib.launchpad import Launchpad, ...
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Is there a port of python3-launchpadlib to 14.04?

I have a lot of scripts using launchpadlib to extract data from launchpad. Unfortunately those scripts had to be written with python2.x as launchpadlib was never ported to python3... till I read this. ...
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How can I create a ppa from command-line in launchpad

I succesfully created my ppa, and I can now create new packages using the web interface of launchpad. I'm trying to backport some packages from ubuntu trusty to precise using the backportpackage ...
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Default permissions wrong for backup and other programms

I ran my first backup with ubuntu 14.04 which ended OK but reported a bunch of files that failed: these are all the ones in /home/me/.launchpadlib/api.launchpad.net/cache which are more recent ...
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Access packages in distributions from Launchpad API

I'm trying to write a Python script that downloads the latest package from Launchpad using the launchpadlib pip. For a project like grep, I want to be able to download the source packages for a ...
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How to find out the package download count from a PPA?

I'd like to know how many downloads of a given package in a PPA there have been since it was first published. I remember there was a bug about it about getting these metrics on the web UI, but as far ...
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Relating a bug id to its date of creation ubuntu

I am writing a python script to pick up bugs of ubuntu using the lauchpadlib. I want to know all the bugs reported between a certain time period. Now there are a few question that I have in mind. Are ...
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Getting all the bugs associated with a user using launchpadlib

On each users Launchpad homepage, there's a tab entitled Bugs. I've been looking through the Launchpad API reference for the person object but can't find anything that seems like it would return all ...
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Access the Ubuntu bug database using launchladlib

I'm trying to write a Python script using launchpadlib that can access the Ubuntu bug database, but I can't find any obvious way to restrict the search to the bugs of a particular project/distro. I ...