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Not only does Stacky claim to support Windows Phone 7, it actually does! :) And I am building a WP7 client using it. Here are some early** screen shots: ** Note that this is very early and none of the UI is final.


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Update: Meanwhile Luke jumped in regarding his upcoming Windows Phone 7 client, so in addition to the options outlined below you might watch his activities to eventually be amongst the first to try it :) I'm not aware of an existing one for either platform yet. If nobody jumps in regarding the in development question, you seem to have the following ...


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My humble opinion: given that all the App/API devs are here, it makes sense to post app suggestions here. Might create a new "app-request" tag.


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It's pretty easy to get the bibtex, just send a GET request formatted like so: http://mathoverflow.net/posts/{POST NUMBER}/citation For example, for this Math Overflow question, you can get the bibtex for the question and top 2 answers with: mathoverflow.net/posts/105922/citation (Question) mathoverflow.net/posts/105930/citation (Answer 1) ...


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There sure is. From the application page: StackTracker StackTracker, a cross-platform desktop notifier for the StackExchange API built with PyQt4 According to the page, Windows is a supported platform.


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YES! This is the perfect place to suggest an idea for an application. Now, if you suggest an application idea and I implement it, do you have any IP claim? There are all kinds of people in the world and you just have to expect that someone is going to raise a fuss of one kind or another regarding IP, but that just comes with the territory I suppose.


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I've made a userscript to do this. Update: This has been added to the dev version of my SE Additional Optional Features userscript - please install that instead of this. Any updates will go straight to that userscript, not this! Get it at Github. It gets the latest 5 questions posted on the per-site meta of the current site and adds a diamond to the ...


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StackApplet is now available for Windows. It will notify you of any reputation changes, comments, and new answers - and all StackExchange sites are supported.


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If you think that the requested feature is best for a custom app and not a general feature for a site send them here. There are lots of devs here just waiting to jump on a great new idea. (That's my not humble opinion.)


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I've made a userscript to do this. Get it at Github. It will add a button next to comments that belong to you after you have posted them (so not as you're writing). Clicking it will produce a prompt asking you for the number of days in which to delete the comment. Eg. entering 2 will delete it in exactly 2 days. It checks every o'clock for times that ...


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I'm pretty slow to the battle... but I love just StackOverflow so i'm working on my own quick & dirty client. Just to show my profile details and maybe some of the latest questions... Just for me to read when i'm on the road... I'm no Jon Skeet or anything. Warning, no design work has been done WHATSOEVER! I'm hosting the source of my personal TFS ...


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There are no app[s] like that at the moment but you could try to make it one, it sounds an useful idea to me. In the meanwhile, it's not 100% what you are requesting but it could work: Browse http://www.stackprinter.com/favorites?service=stackoverflow&userid=470933&page=1 Print every questions in Pdf (I can do this natively on Osx, you may require ...


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If you don't mind doing this interactively, you could simply get your rep dump and parse it out. This is obviously keyed to your cookie, so, as i said, it would have to be an interactive process. Caveat: this code will do what you want, but I don't think the data coming from the api is usable right now.... You certainly could use the api to do something ...


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Oh man! I just started working on this! Stay tuned... it's coming in a day or two. (Gotta beat code poet!) ...and done! Here it is: http://stackapps.com/questions/1114/stackcenter-your-one-stop-for-everything-stackexchange Here is a screenshot:


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Have a look to StackGuru, it's awesome. StackGuru is a Jabber/XMPP bot which gives you a command line interface to Stackapps sites, including Stackoverflow, Serverfault and Superuser. The bot allows you to follow questions tags by giving you a notification each time a new question is ask on the followed tag. You can also follow a question ...


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What about just using the RSS feed for the tag? e.g. http://stackapps.com/feeds/tag?tagnames=app-request&sort=newest If you click on a tag, then the RSS feed link is down the bottom on the left.


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Each question on a Stack Exchange site already has a RSS feed. Just scroll all the way down the page, on the right-hand side you'll find a question feed link:


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it is coming soon @ http://stackshot.me - estimated time of arrival is 2 weeks.


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Well I thought it wouldn't be too hard to make this so I did: http://stackovergraph.heroku.com/ It's pretty rough around the edges but I'll add some stuff over the weekend.


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First, read and thoroughly understand both: What topics can I ask about here? (Stack Apps) and What types of questions should I avoid asking? (Stack Apps) That said, you can propose changes to the API, or request apps, or request scripts. Keep in mind that this site is not an app/script writing service and almost everyone here is a volunteer. It would ...


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My app converts all the questions based on a keyword into a single pdf. When little mods, you can make it behave your way.


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There sure is: StackApplet. Keep in mind that right now, it is only available for Linux users - but a Windows version is in the works.


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The stack exchange API officially does not support posting questions or answers, but it does allow posting comments. So you can install the StackX app and use it to comment on posts. There is also an Official Android App in alpha development. It looks like they are still taking sign-ups for guinea pigs volunteers. ;)


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I ve heard the guys at busyfounder.com are preparing an app called busydeveloper that will add github, hackernews and stackoverflow in order to track this kind of data.


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UPDATE: App now on Marketplace - see Overflow7 - Stack Exchange sites on Windows Phone 7 Love the look of these apps - Stack Overflow and the Metro UI are a great combination. Using the excellent Stacky library as a start, here's my latest app - "overflow 7". There's still more to do - and there always will be - but you can see the app in action at: ...


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I just finished announcing MetroStack for Windows Phone 8.1. Have a look at it. Metro Stack - A Windows Phone Stack Exchange app


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Here's a Greasemonkey / Tampermonkey script that'll run a stop watch until an edit reaches 5 minutes of age. Give it a try and see what you think. It might have bugs, but it's close enough for government work I think. (That's a United States idiom meaning it has the mediocre quality one might expect from the lowest bidder, but it works well enough.) Bear ...


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I think I managed to find what I was looking for. After doing some research in here, on stackapps.com, I have finally found what I was looking for, namely an easy way to get notified about new answers, posts and/or comments for the topics that I am interested in, topics listed on all sites from StackExchange network. The application is called StackTracker ...


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You might want to take a look at my Insert APT Link UserScript, which demonstrates how to add a button to the toolbar and associate an action with it. It also demonstrates how to interact with the editor itself.


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This app can help you in some way. Create some pdf's on the topics you're interested in and off you go.



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