API Commons helps developers avoid copyright issues

11/5/2013 | TechCrunch

API Commons is launching as a means to share open-source application programming interface designs, specifications, interfaces and data models, Alex Williams writes. A project of 3Scale founder Steven Willmott and API Evangelist Kin Lane, the platform helps developers avoid potential copyright issues. "The proliferation of APIs means proliferation of interfaces. And there are copyright issues. If you use another API design -- you are in a gray zone," Lane says.

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