[openstreetmap/openstreetmap-website] Supporting multiple API versions (#2353)
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Fri Aug 30 09:45:56 UTC 2019
> I'm not intending to implement many changes, just the ones that I've been personally complaining about since API 0.6 was released over a decade ago (like incorrect http status codes, and plain-text responses, and stuff like that).
That's the bit I least like about the current multiple API version idea: it seems to focus on something I would describe as _cosmetic changes_ only. That's ok, except for it only adds work to consumers of the API while offering no real value to them at all. Since they already have a working API integration, they would need to spend extra development time and effort to get back to a status quo.
Isn't there anything more compelling to do that would give API consumers more of an incentive to move to the latest and greatest version?
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