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This is a bug. The timeline path seems to have several problems. More on these below. The earlier date query returns the result you expect, but look at it in the document explorer: Notice that the entry is a comment and that it has an Owning post. Now if we look at the whole timeline (filtering out some user cruft), we see: Just two revision entries ...


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The console JS was doing fuzzy matching on ?site; but that's not really correct, as you demonstrated. With the latest deploy it does an exact match if possible.


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This was fixed in the latest deploy.


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We moved from nginx to HAProxy for our SSL provider this weekend as part of a larger rollout. In the move, we shifted our header checks to the now de-facto standard SSL protocol header. While I thought I fixed all the apps relying on the old header and standardized everything internally, stackexchange.com was left out and thought your auth requests weren't ...


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This was fixed in the latest deploy. Sorry about the wait, a fix was actually staged a few days ago but deploying it was delayed by our yearly company get together.


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This was fixed in the latest deploy.


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The /search/excerpts route looks to be about as good as /search and it does return both questions and answers, and it does have an answers parameter. This route is "★ All new! For version 2.2! ★"


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The inname parameter restricts the results of a name search to only those that contain the specified substring. The following methods support it: /badges /badges/name /badges/tags /users /tags /tags/required /tags/moderator-only filtering on badge, user, or tag names, as applicable.


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Looks like no data from May 2013 onwards: http://data.stackexchange.com/stackoverflow/query/154032/phonegap-posts-by-month When I search for the phonegap tag on SO: ...and click the button I get taken to questions tagged cordova: I suspect the tags have been merged?


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The code in question was not generated by Stack Exchange. It was generated by a user. So, yes, quite often, the HTML (and all other code samples generated by users) will be malformed. However, in this case, note that <li> tags are not required to have closing tags. I agree that it is bad form to leave them off, though.



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