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Hi all,

I am trying to get a definitive on what timeline_type actually means...

I've looked at: but to no avail.

The new documentation doesn't list anything ( and the old documentation ({id}/timeline) appears deprecated...

This is what the old documentation has - "question, answer, comment, revision, votes, state, accepted, or unaccepted"...

Are votes and state still in operation and if so what do they mean? Are Votes up down etc and what is state?

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Check out the enumerations page on the documentation.

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That doesn't seem to explain their meaning though. – Nathan Osman May 30 '11 at 18:28

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