unAPI is a tiny HTTP API for the few basic operations necessary to copy discrete, identified content from any kind of web application.

There are already many cool APIs and protocols for syndicating, searching, harvesting, and linking from diverse services on the web. They're great, and they're widely used, but they're all different, for different reasons. unAPI only provides the few basic operations necessary to perform simple clipboard-like copy of content objects across all sites. It can be quickly implemented, consistently used, and easily layered over other well-known APIs.


The current, final version of unAPI is version 1, released on June 23, 2006.

The previous revision of unAPI is revision 3, released on May 18, 2006.

The second revision of unAPI was revision 2, released on March 17, 2006.

The first revision of unAPI was revision 1, released on February 16, 2006.

The first version of unAPI was version 0, released on January 14, 2006.

unAPI was developed under the ROGUE 05 standards-making process. The list of record, to which all questions and comments should be directed, is the gcs-pcs-list.


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