On Tue, 19 Jun 2018 at 01:13, Aurelien Bompard
> Within limits. It should be a version thats supported and gets at least
> security updates. Hopefully the one(s) in Fedora follow this.
Yeah it's 1.11 now which is LTS, since it'll be the last version to
support Python 2
> There are a few flask rest frameworks, but I have not much idea how well
> they are supported or work.
Yeah I tried those in my search for something like DRF in the Flask
world. They are decent, but far from DRF feature-wise.
I still think we should keep Django, but I came across this tutorial
 yesterday, and it looks like this is a neat way of dealing with
REST API using Flask and connexion 
 - https://realpython.com/flask-connexion-rest-api/
 - https://github.com/zalando/connexion
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