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kimonify.kimonolabs.com is an alias for chiba-2935.herokussl.com.
chiba-2935.herokussl.com is an alias for elb034166-1295166034.us-east-1.elb.amazonaws.com.
I'd still like to see what their delightful API footprint looks like in your logs Mr. Londrum
To be fair to them, they offered to remove the API's if I provided them with the URLs, and they sounded like alright people in the email
You have the data, you're publishing it on the web for people to consume (i'm assuming if it was private you'd put it behind some sort of auth-wall).
To be honest, I don't consider myself an expert in the space
We are happy to take these sort of webmaster tools in any direction, we just need to hear what is the right direction.
We want to be a *good bot*. In an ideal world we'd sit up there with the likes of google in the sense that there'd be so much benefit to letting us through your gates that it's a no brainer. So. to ask very directly. What would make us a better bot? What are the clear-cut rules to not break with you so that we don't overstep our bounds?