Hi, developing new charms or just exploring the store, one might want to raise random queries like "which charms use a layer x", "which charms are subordinate" and some others. Are there any plans to add those, concerns why this might not be a good idea?
While the store could extend the API to include these, I presume it would just be an addition to a hardcoded list. Another option would be for someone to scrape the store to PostgreSQL or a document DB of some sort that could be searched with rather arbitrary queries (and a few indexes for the more common ones). My first reaction is that such a scraper would be frowned upon as it might not have a way to update its database intelligently and keep hitting all sorts of rate limits imposed by the store, but I might be wrong here. Any thoughts on this? Thanks, Ondrej -- Consultant credativ Ltd Open Source for Business UK office: +44 1788 298150 Email: ondrej.kuz...@credativ.co.uk Web: http://www.credativ.co.uk Suite 5 | Bloxam Court | Corporation Street | Rugby | CV21 2DU | UK We would love to hear your thoughts on our service! Please send your comments to feedb...@credativ.co.uk credativ Ltd is registered in England & Wales, company no. 5261743 Certified by CompTIA / AccredITUK with the ICT Supply standard of quality for Software Product Design and Development
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