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Just a simple Python script I threw together to notify me through my Android phone if my reputation is changed. I created it for my own personal use but figured I might as well throw it out into the community.

License

MIT License

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The Python script and basic instructions on how to use it are located on Google Code. In order to use the script edit this portion:

#Personalization Items
site = 'stackoverflow'
usrid = '68172'
timeframe = (60*60)
#End Personalization Items

Platform

Android-Scripting-Environment on Android powered phones

Contact

StackOverflow CV
Google Profile

Code

Written in Python on my Motorola Droid using the Android-Scripting-Environment. Source code hosted at Google Code.

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Wow - I didn't know about android-scripting-environment! Good job. I'll try and give it a go when I get a chance. –  Nathan Osman May 31 '10 at 1:30
    
please format your app using the faq template ( stackapps.com/questions/7/… ) for consistency with other [app]s. –  Kevin Montrose May 31 '10 at 3:28
    
@Kevin - thanks for that link, I've edited the post and will try to put up a screenshot as soon as possible. –  soldier.moth May 31 '10 at 4:10
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2 Answers

There is already an Android widget called SOFlair that does a similar job. I think it doesn't use the API and possibly just screen-scrapes.

I installed it a few months ago, although it wasn't great as it has very little configuration and its update interval was too low.

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I actually have that installed as well, but it doesn't notify of rep changes. I created this script to provide a temporary solution until I create a better dedicated android app. –  soldier.moth Jun 1 '10 at 1:03
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Droidstack now provides this functionality :)

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