Chuck Norris | 21 Jun 00:46 2005

Re: Testing the list

Replies go to the list - any objections?

On Jun 20, 2005, at 3:44 PM, Chuck Norris wrote:

> This test message should go to the api-developers list
>

Edward O'Connor | 21 Jun 00:48 2005
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Re: Testing the list

> Replies go to the list - any objections?

http://www.unicom.com/pw/reply-to-harmful.html

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Chuck Norris | 21 Jun 00:55 2005

testing reply settings - please ignore

I'm testing the "reply to" settings with ezmlm - please ignore this  
message.
Chris Radcliff | 23 Jun 20:17 2005

Public API ready soon.

API Developers,

Keep your eye on http://api.evdb.com/ over the next few days.  There  
are whispers on the wind...

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Chris Radcliff
EVDB, Inc.
chris@...

Dan | 28 Jun 02:51 2005

Hello List

Hello List....

-Dan

Chris Radcliff | 28 Jun 05:37 2005

Re: Hello List

Hello Dan!

On Jun 27, 2005, at 5:51 PM, Dan wrote:

> Hello List....
>
> -Dan
>
>

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Chris Radcliff
EVDB, Inc.
chris@...

Marc Chung | 30 Jun 19:25 2005
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testing

Testing. 

I haven't received an email from the group yet.  Is there an archive?
Chris Radcliff | 30 Jun 19:39 2005

Re: testing

Hi Marc,

No archive yet, but one will be in place before long.  This is a low- 
traffic list at the moment, but feel free to ask any questions.

Cheers,
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Chris Radcliff
EVDB, Inc.
chris@...

On Jun 30, 2005, at 10:25 AM, Marc Chung wrote:

> Testing.
>
> I haven't received an email from the group yet.  Is there an archive?
>

Marc Chung | 30 Jun 22:51 2005
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API suggestion

Any thoughts on browsing for events?

/events/browse - 
  city - some id
  date Or a range of dates - date val of range of date vals

/venues/browse - 
  venue - venue id, 
  date Or a range of dates - date val or range of date vals

Both would return <venue> constructs

-Marc
Chris Radcliff | 30 Jun 23:58 2005

Re: API suggestion

Hi Marc,

We generally think of "search" or "list" when browsing for events or  
venues via the API.  For instance, city is considered a search  
parameter and date ranges are implemented as filters on the search  
results.  Other parameter examples include keywords and tags.  Search  
also implies paging through result sets, for instance viewing results  
11-20 of a set that includes 350 results.

In practice, the current set of methods includes events/search and  
venues/search, both keyword searches with paging, but without date- 
based filters.  Additional methods for searching will be released  
shortly.  For a preview, creating and viewing a Smart Calendar at  
evdb.com should give you an idea of what will be supported.

Incidentally, what's your language of choice for accessing the API?

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Chris Radcliff
EVDB, Inc.
chris@...

On Jun 30, 2005, at 1:51 PM, Marc Chung wrote:

> Any thoughts on browsing for events?
>
> /events/browse -
>   city - some id
>   date Or a range of dates - date val of range of date vals
>
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