I found this directory of free API. They have a “books” section with Bible, Veda, Koran, Bhagvadgita, etc., listings. Should we add the SuttaCentral API? Is there a page on the main site that could be used as a “home” for the API?
Yeah, that would be great, how do we do it?
Here are the guidelines. It actually looks fairly straightforward:
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# Contributing to public-apis
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