hi @p0p:matrix.org some titles are encumbered by policies which limit their access to special audiences, such as those with print disabilities. This appears to be such an example
p.s. thank you @bennypowers:matrix.org + @jimman2003:matrix.org :) efforts greatly appreciated. Getting a very small and scoped implementation that the community can play around with and evaluate on e.g. a Tuesday community call would be a great step. As is such, I wouldn't want anyone to sink too much time into something banking on it being permanent. Hopefully it can be! But for something like API contracts it's good to involve the community early and get feedback from those who will need to rely on these systems. ty!
I'm lost. If I wanted to archive things of Dr. Joseph Mercola, who gave permission as "In this way I hope to continue my mission to help you take control of your health – but it's up to you to download, share and repost this content. I will not be enforcing my copyright on this information so that you may freely share it" how do I do that?
Hi, can anyone shed some light on the Search inside individual book API? Specifically, the docs page talks about finding a work's hostname and item_id with "the archive.org locator service". Does anyone know what this refers to?
anyone can guide me how i can get a book is available/borrow/not availale using API ?. Its bit urgent