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Check out my StackList profile.

I really enjoy working on my apps / libraries. Here are just some of them:

As mentioned above, it would be awesome if you joined StackList and listed your apps / libraries there. Eventually, there will be some awesome tools for bug tracking, etc. Details here.

Here is my Amazon book wish list.


Apr
17
comment StackX - Android application for Stack Exchange (Free) (UI and optimization upgrade)
I have an Android phone with 4.0.4 (ICS) - I'll give this a try later.
Apr
16
comment StackApplet — Bringing Stack Exchange Notifications to Your Desktop [Large scale rewrite in progress]
@Buscar웃: Unfortunately I do not have a Mac and therefore cannot make and test packages for OS X. However, if you have Python and PyGTK installed, there's no reason a Mac user couldn't download the source code and build it.
Apr
15
comment StackApplet — Bringing Stack Exchange Notifications to Your Desktop [Large scale rewrite in progress]
There's no OS X release but if you have Python and PyGTK installed, there's no reason you couldn't just run it directly from the source code.
Apr
15
comment Getting started: /users/{id}
@Mattios550: I've added an example to my answer.
Apr
15
comment Getting started: /users/{id}
@Mattios550: With Stack.PHP?
Apr
12
comment Kuna - Make books from Stack Exchange questions
Suggestion: add the ability to export the books to common e-book formats for reading on-the-go.
Apr
4
comment Stack Override: Rank answers by usefulness
I would love to try it but I only use Firefox :(
Apr
3
comment How to list your application/library/wrapper/script here
After signing up for an account on Launchpad, you can login by entering https://launchpad.net/~your-nickname where your_nickname is your username on the site.
Mar
28
comment StaQover, a new S-O. profile viewer in QML2
+1 Wow - it's nice to see a Qt5/QML app. I would strongly suggest looking into using version control for keeping track of the code. I host a number of my projects on GitHub and Launchpad.
Mar
12
comment Should feature-requests, for third party apps, be flagged as “not an answer”?
+1 - I'd love to hear the official word on this since I've received a few flags of this nature as well.
Mar
9
comment Attribute error while using the stackoverflow api wrapper for python on IDLE
Which Python wrapper are you using?
Mar
6
comment RebolBot - a chat bot for the chat rooms
+1 A worthy successor to FlackBot.
Mar
2
comment Stack.PY - A Python Module for Accessing the Stack Exchange 2.1 API
@Thomas15v: I've added an explanation and example in an answer below.
Feb
25
comment Flack Overstow - Generate spam from Stack Exchange posts
The second-last one is a gem!
Feb
18
comment StackApplet — Bringing Stack Exchange Notifications to Your Desktop [Large scale rewrite in progress]
That's odd. What version of Ubuntu are you using? What desktop environment are you running?
Feb
17
comment StackApplet — Bringing Stack Exchange Notifications to Your Desktop [Large scale rewrite in progress]
@Manishearth: Actually, the story gets a bit complicated here. The latest stable version (1.5.1) works just fine. The problem is that the latest version in the archives is 1.4 - which is old and broken. I'd love to get the latest version into the archives but it's something that a Debian maintainer has to do. I've talked to someone who said they would do it when they got a chance... but nothing's happened yet. In the meantime, you can install it from my PPA.
Feb
5
comment Net::StackExchange2 - Perl Wrapper for StackExchange API (it's on CPAN)
Finally I can add a Perl entry on this page! Good job.
Jan
15
comment Overwhelmed by unorganized information
I've written a relatively simple introduction here.
Jan
3
comment Stack Mobile - View Stack Exchange Sites on Your Smart Phone or Tablet
@Creator: Please see the preceding comment.
Dec
27
comment Stack Alert [Opera] - Keep tabs on your inbox without needing to have a Stack Exchange site open
You will need to log in to the Stack Exchange network - and the permissions will be granted when you allow the application to access your inbox data.