Migrating from RTM, would this help others?

I’ve been using Remember the Milk (RTM) for a decade and was going to switch to Everdo. RTM allows users to export to JSON which I should be able to alter and later import into Everdo.

It’s going to take a bit of work to understand and transform the formatting and I could (attempt) to write this as a Python tool for others to reuse but I was unsure of interest. Making it with the intention of sharing would change how I write this and require extra work but would others find it of value?

I think it might help someone eventually, but also the RTM export format could change in the future, so it would require tweaking the script.

Let me know if you have questions regarding the import format or similar.

Finally coming back to this. Is it safer to work with API calls instead of directly importing JSON? I note the warnings about possible corruption on the import page

The API endpoint is extremely limited - it’s not really designed for importing data.
Corruption via JSON is possible because it’s too flexible. To avoid corruption, it’s wise to backup the database and verify that the the application works afterwards. Specifically, the navigation to all lists should work.

Thanks for suggesting how to test the JSON import was successful.