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Mar
11
comment Stack2Blog - Turning your answers into blogs (For “sale”)
Can you give me an example of something you did that cause this error? I'm looking to reproduce.
Nov
14
comment Stack2Blog - Turning your answers into blogs (For “sale”)
If anyone is interested in continuing the project, let me know.
Jul
11
comment Stack2Blog - Turning your answers into blogs (For “sale”)
@Leniel Macaferi: You're right, it should work now. We weren't updated to the latest api version. Thanks for letting me know!
Jul
11
comment Py-StackExchange: An API wrapper for Python
For me, just changing the version number to 1.0 seemed to do the trick, so I'm guessing there were no major api changes.
Jul
8
comment Stack2Blog - Turning your answers into blogs (For “sale”)
@Lucas: That's a good point, I wasn't totally clear on the right way to do that. Thanks!
Jul
5
comment How to format time since xxx e.g. “4 minutes ago” similar to Stack Exchange sites
@code poet: I'd still post on Stack Overflow and try to give it a good title. This is something lots of people will find useful at some point.
Jul
4
comment StackList - List Your Apps, Track Bugs, and More!
@George: Anytime. Thanks for the site, great idea!
Jul
3
comment StackList - List Your Apps, Track Bugs, and More!
@George: Yeah I know how to actually edit, I'm talking about getting to my user page in the first place. When this site will have many users, I won't always be able to quickly find a post with my name on it on the front page, so I'd like to be able to click my name at the top-right corner to get to my userpage, like in Stack Overflow.
Jul
3
comment StackList - List Your Apps, Track Bugs, and More!
Also another few minor things. The username field appears to be a display name, not an actual user name. I recommend calling it that to prevent confusion (I originally used edanm since that's my "default" for username fields). Also, I notice the username you write at the top of the page doesn't change when I change my username (it does change on the front page).
Jul
3
comment StackList - List Your Apps, Track Bugs, and More!
@George Edison: I'm probably missing something, but how do I get to my user page (in order to edit it)? The only way I've found is to go to the general users page and click on my user. I'd expect to be able to click on my name, Stack-style :)
Jun
24
comment Py-StackExchange: An API wrapper for Python
Just for your information: you need to update to the latest api version.
Jun
22
comment How to see which users upvoted a question?
Yep like I figured. Thanks!
Jun
18
comment reduce api calls - please add last_modified to user structure
Thanks, I didn't know that. I'll have a look at that now.
Jun
18
comment reduce api calls - please add last_modified to user structure
How about adding a way to query "last modified" on lists? For example, in Stack2Blog (stackapps.com/questions/611/…), we need to grab a user's entire list of answers. If we want to implement caching, it would be helpful to query whether or not the list of answers has changed (I assume this applies in other places as well).
Jun
16
comment Py-StackExchange: An API wrapper for Python
Fyi, this doesn't work in Python 2.5. Since I'm using Django, I modified the above to try and import from django as well (from django.utils import simplejson as json). I don't know if you should add this to the wrapper or not, but if anyone is using Django, just use that line instead.
Jun
16
comment Py-StackExchange: An API wrapper for Python
Looking good so far. One quick question: right now, doing site.answers(user_id=some_id_that_does_not_exist) just gives back an empty list. I don't know about this, but would it be better to raise a "User does not exist" exception? You could also raise this in other places that have the same "problem". Not sure if this would actually be better, just an idea.
Jun
15
comment Py-StackExchange: An API wrapper for Python
Is this done in the latest version? If so, do I use it like your wrote in your comment?
Jun
14
comment Py-StackExchange: An API wrapper for Python
Hacky is my middle name. :)
Jun
13
comment What is the correct way to get the stackoverflow.com URL for an answer via the API?
Out of curiosity, why isn't this included as part of the api? It seems like a common enough use case (for example, I need to get the url of an answer object that I just got from the api).
Jun
13
comment Py-StackExchange: An API wrapper for Python
I think so. It's the only use case I've actually run into.