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comment Authorized requests: auth parameter seems broken
@Kevin @systempuntoout: It just occurred to me that despite the number of timeouts I'm seeing on API calls to specific SE sites, I don't think I've ever seen a StackAuth API call timeout. I have no idea if this means anything, though.
Mar
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comment Authorized requests: auth parameter seems broken
@Kevin: From the earlier discussion in the comments, I'd think it's on Google's end, too; I was just not entirely sure that what I was seeing with se-flair matched up to what you and @systempuntoout were talking about. Also, it's good to know that the rate-limiting is always a quick cutoff and never a slow-down.
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accepted Mismatch between user_id as reported in StackAuth 1.1 (invalid) and 1.0 (valid)
Mar
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comment Authorized requests: auth parameter seems broken
I don't know if it's related, but with se-flair (which also runs on GAE), I've been seeing timeouts (URL fetch didn't complete within 5 seconds) on maybe around 10% of API calls, seemingly at random. (I'd been assuming it was either rate-limiting-related or just that API calls sometimes took longer than 5 seconds.)
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comment se-flair: HTML combined Stack Exchange site flair
One way is through se-flair: http://se-flair.appspot.com/[site hostname]/[user_id on that site]/ will find it and redirect you to http://se-flair.appspot.com/[association-id]/—for instance, for your account here, http://se-flair.appspot.com/stackapps.com/4684/ redirects to http://se-flair.appspot.com/db343971-bdd4-4dc5-997c-1adcf4ab2843/, so your association-id is db343971-bdd4-4dc5-997c-1adcf4ab2843.
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asked Mismatch between user_id as reported in StackAuth 1.1 (invalid) and 1.0 (valid)
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comment se-flair: HTML combined Stack Exchange site flair
@chanchal1987: It should be fixed for yours now. I hadn't properly covered the case where the Area 51 account is the highest-rep account.
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