- Announcing PyMongo 3.2
Supports all the new MongoDB 3.2 features.
- PyMongo 3.1 Works Around A Funny Performance Flaw In Python 2
PyMongo 3.1 implements performance monitoring, a new GridFS API, and I worked around a flaw that consumes your idle CPU.
- Survey: How Do You Use Python With MongoDB?
Do you care about Python 3? Async? NumPy? Take this quick survey on what packages and versions you use, it would help me http://svy.mk/1Mt4UdY
- Announcing PyMongo 2.9
A compatibility bridge between PyMongo 2 and PyMongo 3 APIs.
- Announcing PyMongo 3.0.3
A minor bugfix release.
- Server Discovery And Monitoring In PyMongo, Perl, And C
Our drivers' algorithms to discover and stay connected to your server, replica set, or sharded cluster.
- Announcing PyMongo 3.0.2
Fixes bugs discovered in PyMongo 3.0.1.
- Announcing PyMongo 2.8.1
Bugfix release for PyMongo 2.8.
- Announcing PyMongo 3.0.1
Fixes a few critical bugs discovered in PyMongo 3.0.
- Caution: Critical Bug In PyMongo 3, "could not find cursor in cache"
If you use multiple mongos servers in a sharded cluster, be cautious upgrading to PyMongo 3, we've just discovered a critical bug.