Just dug this out to have a quick look at it, and it seems that
api.welcomebackstage.com doesn't exist - any clues about where we could find
the data?
Thanks,
 Martin

On Mon, Nov 3, 2008 at 5:05 PM, Ian Forrester <ian.forres...@bbc.co.uk>wrote:

> Ok ok,
>
> It does exist, the delay has mainly been on our behalf due to wanting to
> launch most of this stuff all together.
>
> I can announce the documentation for the API -
> http://ideas.welcomebackstage.com/node/2
>
> But right now, the API is being tested on another server. At some point in
> the next few weeks, we'll move the end point to api.welcomebackstage.com.
>
> Ian Forrester
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> Subject: [backstage] Press Association API?
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> Hi all,
>
> I'm trying to track down the Press Association API, which was announced as
> imminent months ago (http://snurl.com/4xlfr) - does it exist yet? And if
> not, does anyone know when it'll happen? It'd come in very handy for a
> project idea I've got...
>
> Cheers,
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> Tom
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