Re: Need for launchpad
On Mon, Jan 09, 2006 at 01:28:00AM +0100, Wouter Verhelst wrote:
> On Sun, Jan 08, 2006 at 11:25:28AM +0100, Stephan Hermann wrote:
> > Everything what is on https://wiki.launchpad.canonical.com/ is free to use.
> > Read and think again. Or use another example: Amazons code is not free to
> > see, but you can use the interfaces described in their developers documents,
> > same applies to google api.
> This point is moot unless you can point me to the launchpad public API.
> Which, AFAIK, does not exist.
Today there are at least two public APIs to Launchpad, the gpg-authenticated
email interface to Malone
(https://wiki.launchpad.canonical.com/MaloneEmailInterface) and the RDF
export facility (https://launchpad.net/rdf).
Some others have been specified but not yet implemented, e.g. some XML-RPC
APIs defined here:
> > > People in glass houses, and all that. Last time I got a serve from someone
> > > on an Ubuntu channel, I raised the issue of the Code of Conduct and got
> > > told "so what?".
> > I don't know if this guy who said that, ever signed the code of conduct, well
> > I signed it, and I try to stick with it as hard as I can. Ok, nobody can take
> > my sort of irony or sarcasm away. I'm sorry for that.
> Nobody here "signed" the CoC of the Debian lists. Go away.
They were both referring to the Ubuntu Code of Conduct, which is
digitally signed by members of the Ubuntu community as an acknowledgement of
its terms, not the code of conduct for Debian mailing lists.