Python library for working with the SIRUTA database

Posted by Strainu on November 19, 2012
Python

For those of you who don’t know, SIRUTA is the official classification of the Romanian towns and villages. It is maintained by the National Statistics Institute.

Many of the projects I work on for OSM or Wikipedia are centered around location, which means I was writing similar code many times over. To simplify my life, I made a python library that offers a simple interface to the SIRUTA database. Called SIRUTAlib, you can find its homepage here.

As you can expect, it is open-source, licensed under the 3-clause BSD license. The source code is available on Github.

As always, all feedback is appreciated. If you find bugs or want to submit a patch, please use the issue tracker and the pull request system from Github.

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