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-Introduction
-============
+**Please Note: This repo is deprecated**
 
-httplib2 is a comprehensive HTTP client library, httplib2.py supports many
-features left out of other HTTP libraries.
-
-###HTTP and HTTPS
-HTTPS support is only available if the socket module was
-compiled with SSL support.
-    
-###Keep-Alive
-Supports HTTP 1.1 Keep-Alive, keeping the socket open and
-performing multiple requests over the same connection if
-possible.
-    
-###Authentication
-The following three types of HTTP Authentication are
-supported. These can be used over both HTTP and HTTPS.
-
-* Digest
-* Basic
-* WSSE
-
-###Caching
-The module can optionally operate with a private cache that
-understands the Cache-Control: header and uses both the ETag
-and Last-Modified cache validators.
-    
-###All Methods
-The module can handle any HTTP request method, not just GET
-and POST.
-    
-###Redirects
-Automatically follows 3XX redirects on GETs.
-    
-###Compression
-Handles both 'deflate' and 'gzip' types of compression.
-    
-###Lost update support
-Automatically adds back ETags into PUT requests to resources
-we have already cached. This implements Section 3.2 of
-Detecting the Lost Update Problem Using Unreserved Checkout.
-    
-###Unit Tested
-A large and growing set of unit tests.
-
-
-Installation
-============
-
-
-    $ pip install httplib2
-
-
-Usage
-=====
-
-A simple retrieval:
-
-```python
-import httplib2
-h = httplib2.Http(".cache")
-(resp_headers, content) = h.request("http://example.org/", "GET")
-```
-
-The 'content' is the content retrieved from the URL. The content
-is already decompressed or unzipped if necessary.
-
-To PUT some content to a server that uses SSL and Basic authentication:
-
-```python
-import httplib2
-h = httplib2.Http(".cache")
-h.add_credentials('name', 'password')
-(resp, content) = h.request("https://example.org/chapter/2",
-                            "PUT", body="This is text",
-                            headers={'content-type':'text/plain'} )
-```
-
-Use the Cache-Control: header to control how the caching operates.
-
-```python
-import httplib2
-h = httplib2.Http(".cache")
-(resp, content) = h.request("http://bitworking.org/", "GET")
-...
-(resp, content) = h.request("http://bitworking.org/", "GET",
-                            headers={'cache-control':'no-cache'})
-```
-
-The first request will be cached and since this is a request
-to bitworking.org it will be set to be cached for two hours,
-because that is how I have my server configured. Any subsequent
-GET to that URI will return the value from the on-disk cache
-and no request will be made to the server. You can use the
-Cache-Control: header to change the caches behavior and in
-this example the second request adds the Cache-Control:
-header with a value of 'no-cache' which tells the library
-that the cached copy must not be used when handling this request.
-
-More example usage can be found at:
-
- * https://github.com/jcgregorio/httplib2/wiki/Examples
- * https://github.com/jcgregorio/httplib2/wiki/Examples-Python3
+Please use the new repo at https://github.com/httplib2.