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Not sure if this is appropriate here (no Meta site yet), but here goes...

I think it'd be a good idea to have a "Library" navigation tab (next to the "Apps tab"), so that people can easily see questions tagged with "library". Thus, we can easily distinguish between apps, libraries, and other stuff.

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HECK YES!!!1!ONE!! – Matt S. May 20 '10 at 1:53
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This would be a good idea, as it would immediately clue developers into the resources that are here specifically to make the API easier to use.

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If ChaCha says that it's a good idea, it's actually a good idea. :) – Maxim Zaslavsky May 20 '10 at 1:55

No need, the "apps" tag pulls anything tagged "app" or "library" already.

Alternately, just click and browse all the libraries.

(sorry, this change has been in for a while, we just hadn't deployed.)

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Why not separate libraries from applications? – Maxim Zaslavsky May 20 '10 at 3:01
Shouldn't this rather be status-declined then, after all @Maxim asked for something distinctly different then you have chosen to implement (and opinions vary on this one indeed)? – Steffen Opel Aug 13 '10 at 14:03
Yeah I'm not interested in any of the existing apps, none of them do anything useful for travel.SE - I want to make apps. A "library" tab would be good for developers. I hate digging through all those boring apps to see what's happening with libraries to make my coding easier. – hippietrail Sep 7 '12 at 9:50
@hippie so just click the library tag: done and done. – Jeff Atwood Sep 7 '12 at 15:24
Yeah I got a bit melodramatic there (-: It is a tad confusing having both library and libraries tags though... But I found what I was looking for. – hippietrail Sep 7 '12 at 18:34

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