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API v0.6 Available languages — API v0.6 is the current version of the OSM Editing API deployed 17-21 April 2009. This page was updated in March 2012 to reflect small changes applied since then, in April 2013 after the addition of the Map Notes API and in January 2016 after the addition of changeset discussions. This Editing API is based on the ideas of the RESTful API. For more information on RESTful APIs see wikipedia's Representational State Transfer page. The API is the server component to which REST requests are addressed.