+`seameless` is a TCP proxy that allow you to deploy new code then switch traffic
+It does "round robin" between the list of current active backends.
+Switching server is done with HTTP interface with the following API:
+ * return host:port,host:port
+* Start `seamleass` with list of active backends
+ seamless 8080 localhost:4444
+* Direct all traffic to port 8080 on local machine.
+* When you need to add/remove the backend, use the HTTP API on port 6777
+ different port, say 4445)
+ curl http://localhost:6777/add?backend=localhost:4445
+ curl http://localhost:6777/remove?backend=localhost:4444
+ curl http://localhost:6777/set?backends=localhost:4445
+New traffic will be directed to new backend(s).
+You can download a statically linked executable at the [downloads][dl] section.
+Or if you have a Go development environment, you can
+ go get bitbucket.org/tebeka/seamless
+Miki Tebeka <firstname.lastname@example.org> or [here][prj].