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Update the README to include Google Group

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@@ -2,16 +2,15 @@ Introduction
psphere is a Python interface for the `VMware vSphere Web Services SDK`_, a
-powerful API for programatically managing your VMware infrastructure.
-psphere allows the creation of standalone Python scripts as well as integration
-into larger Python applications (e.g. Django) to perform any operation in
-your virtual infrastructure:
+powerful API for programatically managing your VMware infrastructure:
* Provision, clone and snapshot virtual machines
* Query and configure clusters, host systems and datastores
* Programatically configure ESXi hosts (i.e. for automation)
+psphere can be used to create standalone Python scripts or used as a library
+in larger Python applications (e.g. Django).
@@ -22,22 +21,19 @@ Usage
2010-09-04 18:35:12.062575
>>> client.logout()
-The aim of psphere is to implement a Pythonic API covering the entire
-`VMware vSphere Web Services SDK`_. While many operations using the SDK are
-straight-forward, there is definitely scope to provide convenient access to
-common operations on virtual machines and other managed objects. This
-convenient access is within the realm of higher level library written on top
-of psphere. A project of this nature has always been my intention and remains
-high on my wish/TODO list!
-psphere is best installed using the official package:
+The latest stable version of psphere can be installed from PyPi:
# pip install -U psphere
-This will fetch the latest stable release of psphere and it's dependencies
-from PyPI.
+Discussion and support can be found on the `psphere Google Group`_.
+.. _psphere Google Group:
.. _VMware vSphere Web Services SDK:

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