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Shikimori support #381

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Sivarius opened this Issue Feb 27, 2017 · 4 comments

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Sivarius commented Feb 27, 2017

Hello, could u add a support for shikimori.org?
Theres API page — https://shikimori.org/api/doc

@erengy erengy changed the title from Shikimori support? to Shikimori support Mar 1, 2017

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Could you provide some information about Shikimori? Is it available only in Russian? How long has it been around? How many active users does it have? How many people would benefit from having Shikimori support in Taiga?

At a glance, it does seem to have a proper API. But I'm not sure if adding support for a non-English service is a good idea, especially if there aren't enough people around to use it.

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erengy commented Mar 1, 2017

Could you provide some information about Shikimori? Is it available only in Russian? How long has it been around? How many active users does it have? How many people would benefit from having Shikimori support in Taiga?

At a glance, it does seem to have a proper API. But I'm not sure if adding support for a non-English service is a good idea, especially if there aren't enough people around to use it.

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Well, yes, the most part of site is for russians, but also have an english interface.
Thats a most popular alternative for myanimelist in Russia

U could see statistics down there https://shikimori.org/about

Also they soon planned to start english-speaking domain

They exist since 1st January 2011 (but i'm not sure)

Sivarius commented Mar 1, 2017

Well, yes, the most part of site is for russians, but also have an english interface.
Thats a most popular alternative for myanimelist in Russia

U could see statistics down there https://shikimori.org/about

Also they soon planned to start english-speaking domain

They exist since 1st January 2011 (but i'm not sure)

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oplexz Sep 10, 2018

Hi! Any updates on that one? Their API documentation was updated since this issue was created (currently at https://shikimori.org/api/doc/1.0)

oplexz commented Sep 10, 2018

Hi! Any updates on that one? Their API documentation was updated since this issue was created (currently at https://shikimori.org/api/doc/1.0)

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