"...We want to thank you for your contributions to the eBay marketplace, because we know that without our developer community, eBay wouldn't be where we are today," Greg Isaacs, director of the eBay Developers Program said.
"Second, we want to remove barriers to innovation on the platform," he continued. "Since the first API was released in 2000, third-party developers have led the charge in developing the most cutting-edge and exciting applications and services for the eBay community."
The move should help keep eBay competitive with Yahoo, Google and Microsoft, who are all fighting for attention with online services offerings.
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