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Is there an api to post questions without using the websites interface?

Can I use the API for posting any question to StackOverflow? I have a internal sharepoint site and whenever anybody has got any technical question they post it here. I want to post it automatically to StackOverflow so that it can be addressed by a larger audience.

Thanks Bidhan

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marked as duplicate by Kevin Montrose Aug 3 '10 at 18:41

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It seems like this question gets asked every week, but I can't find the original or any duplicates (they're probably being deleted). Perhaps it should be added to the FAQ or even the Getting Started sidebar? – Bill the Lizard Aug 3 '10 at 16:55
    
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Yikes, this use case is scary... makes a very good argument for WHY write access should take a long time to figure out. – Dave Swersky Aug 4 '10 at 17:37

No, you can't post anything (Question, Answers, Comments, Votes) from the API yet. It's been implied (but not promised) that write access will be available in version 2.0.

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Haha - "It's been implied (but not promised)" - They have done a very good job of not promising anything. " When v2 comes out..." They keep telling us. – jjnguy Aug 3 '10 at 17:37

Many have asked, some have even tried playing around with issuing POST requests. It just isn't going to happen until v2.0 or later.

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