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The message wasn’t from tinydb, but rather from Google itself. I’m still locked out, 45 minutes later.
It’s IP-based, because I can no longer hit tinydb from any machine on my network.
This is cause for a little concern. I wasn’t doing anything strange, and I only hit a couple URLs on the domain (through Firefox, I might add — not through a Web service-ish client).
If you can get locked out this easily, it makes me wonder about the viability of tinydb in particular, and Google App Engine in general.