Thanks for that, here's some more:
We've got that easy linking between pinball stuff down now, but in a perfect world, all that data we've been accumulating should not just be linkable, but usable in any way anyone running any sort of pinball software thing sees fit.
All the data gathered by me over the past year for pinballvideos.org, watching, timestamping, and tagging hundreds of hours of material, is now available for any non-commercial use for free at http://pinballvideos.com/api/videos.
Each data set comes with machine name, a timestamped YouTube URL, YouTube ID, seconds from video start until start of game, pinballvideos.com URL, IPDB ID, IPDB IDs of all group members, event name, event iteration, and player data (IFPA ID and player name).
So, this means if you want to directly embed any of my stuff into your own non-commercial pinball project, instead of just linking to my website, like direct YouTube embeds of my timestamped videos plus tournament and player info, you can just go ahead and do it.
The data can be filtered by IPDB ID, or IFPA ID, or both, like http://pinballvideos.com/api/videos?m=5767, or http://pinballvideos.com/api/videos?p=2, or http://pinballvideos.com/api/videos?m=5767&p=2.
Since there's still some ego that needs to get stroked, if you do use this for your non-commercial project, please add a good visible link to pinballvideos.com.
Let's see how this turns out. I might add API keys if I see much abuse.