In python, the 'default' URL accessing toolkit (urllib2) doesn't support PUT, however I've discovered requests which a) does and b) is in Fedora. So one apt-get install python-requests.noarch and you're off.
So - one trivial script (reusing much of the code for my MQTT variant) you get https://gist.github.com/1903259.
The only minor niggle was working out how to prepend the minimum extra json content (version and datastreams) as I'd not used the json libs before.
(Hmm yet another github toy - embeddable gists with syntax highlighting. Nice)
Update now I have 24h worth of data - plot attached
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