On some good advice we have designed most of our api around the idea that
things on the web should look like things on the web, that the unique
identifier for something should be the same unique identifier that we are
all familiar with, its url.
Throughout the next set of urls, wherever possible we have returned the
pplicable url to further your queries. Whenever you see a user, you will
also see the url at which more information about that user can be located.
This is different from the latest update as it has more up-to-date
information about things like location, this is what the badges use.
$user.jaiku.com/presence/(json|xml) # no auth for public
The xml is in a proprietary format that looks a bit like this:
<line>My latest Jaiku</line>
<neighbourhood>jaiku World HQ/neighborhood>
<user nick="jaiku" first_name="Jaiku" last_name="Team"
Last Stream Entry
Redirects to the user's last stream entry in the desired format.
$user.jaiku.com/presence/last/(json|xml) # actor's last update
# (will redirect to a url
# like the one below)
An Individual Stream Entry
This is the relevant data about an individual entry
$user.jaiku.com/presence/$item/(json|atom) # no auth for public