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Should we ask the dev team politely to enable Stack Snippets here? Yes! It would, primarily, be useful in cases such as your example: support with using the API. I think people looking for help would always appreciate a minimal example, just to see outputs and how you might go about doing something, and it doesn't take too long to make a snippet! ...


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This is very costly to do in the API and currently impossible for many combinations of tag and date (because it would require more than the 10,000 allowed API calls per day). I'll write more about that tomorrow (11/11 or 11/12 UTC). Meanwhile, perhaps a SEDE query will work? The query: Top Answerers, by your tags and your date range takes your date range ...


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Currently, the Stack Exchange API has nothing to do with Stack Overflow Careers. Anyway, there is no API for accessing Stack Overflow Careers job listings. Best you can do is grab the most recent 1000 listings from the Careers "all new jobs" RSS feed.


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If this doesn't happen, this simple script will do it for you!: $('.site-picker.ui-autocomplete-input').on('input', function() { setTimeout(function() { var mylist = $('body > ul.ui-autocomplete'); var listitems = mylist.children('li').get(); listitems.sort(function(a, b) { return ...


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As you have discovered, you cannot do this with the current API. See, and upvote, this related feature request: Is there an API to upload images to SE's imgur installation? See, also, Using the Stack Exchange API to update my user profile? on Meta Stack Exchange. Your only current possibility is to manipulate the user's normal profile page, if you can. ...


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You can get this data easily by scraping or by using the websocket interface that Stack Exchange helpfully leaves available. If you are making an application or webpage, just fetch stackoverflow.com/10m via your app-language's standard fetch/scrape utilities. EG: cURL if you are using PHP, etc. For client side applications, make a ...


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After all these years, it looks like this will never get implemented. However, it's not too hard to get the information via page scraping. From a browser or scraper that is logged in as the user, fetch the site's question page. (EG: http://stackapps.com/questions) Parse the #interestingTags > a.post-tag nodes. For example, this javascript will work ...



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