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Yes, if you omit those parameters it will give you the expected result... If a valid token is passed, then it will return the user ("There can be only one.") who obtained/approved that token. For this route, the fromdate and todate parameters filter on the creation_date property of the user object. So, if the authorized user signed up for his/her account ...


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RE: Is site the api_site_parameter of the site object? Yes.   Although as stated in the "Per-Site Methods" section of the main doc page, you can also use the full domain name, EG cooking.stackexchange.com. No, user and shallow_user are site specific objects. You absolutely need to specify site to get these. Supposedly, the assumption is that all /...


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This is exactly how it should be (except that the doc page might be more explicit). The meta_site parameter refers to Per-site Metas. Meta Stack Exchange is not a per-site meta. Think of it as a Stack Exchange main site about Stack Exchange itself -- encompassing Stack exchange operations and hundreds of SE-operated sites. See "The future of meta....


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This sure looks like a bug. Site search shows that there were 946 browserify questions created in 2015 (so far). The /tags route doesn't have a created option, but it shows 0 questions were active in 2015! No permutation yielded valid results when trying to specify any fromdate after 2012-05-23 (midnight on the 22nd). It seems the result is either the ...


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This is a very minor bug in the documentation page. The online doc page adds a convenient hyperlink to the post (The link part is not in the API's JSON response). That's a good thing. Most of the time this is rock solid, but notifications span all Stack exchange sites and the API doc pages normally only expect one site at a time. When the page is making ...



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