A python class for reading and writing orgmode files
Yeah, that looks like an easy solution. I'd also consider using something like this library, it looks like it builds the org document tree and exposes timestamps at every node, so you can traverse the tree and change the attributes.
Blogging with Org-mode for very lazy people
Therefore, I implemented my own (very naïve and nasty) Org parser for lazyblorg.
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