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I co-author (with my partner in crime EBongo) a blog about gaming and technology called Without the Sarcasm.

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Jan
26
comment StinkingBadges - Track your progress towards long-term badges
Okay, I believe I found and fixed the bug. Can you try this again? There are only certain situations where this occurs, and having the same tag in the top 40 on 2 sites is one of them :)
Jan
26
comment StinkingBadges - Track your progress towards long-term badges
Hmm, it should clear out. I'll double check the logic, thanks. Also, since the "Generalist" queries come last, it's possible that it just hadn't updated yet, although it should blank prior to changing.
Jan
26
comment StinkingBadges - Track your progress towards long-term badges
Another small update this evening - Kevin added options to the top tag list query, so now more of your top tags should show up for the Generalist badge. Also, the tags look more like tags now than they did before.
Jan
26
revised StinkingBadges - Track your progress towards long-term badges
added 213 characters in body
Jan
26
asked “Authentication Statistics” graph y-axis labels are overly granular
Jan
25
comment HTTP 500 error when calling /apps/{accessTokens}/de-authenticate with an access_token argument in GET
Sounds good, will do.
Jan
25
comment HTTP 500 error when calling /apps/{accessTokens}/de-authenticate with an access_token argument in GET
Makes sense. Thanks for the fix. Should I pass the access_token as part of the GET parameters, so as to get the request properly tracked from a throttle perspective? Or can you guys do this from the access_token in the URL? I don't think it matters that much (throttle-wise, it's a tiny amount of the total requests) but I thought I'd ask anyhow.
Jan
25
accepted HTTP 500 error when calling /apps/{accessTokens}/de-authenticate with an access_token argument in GET
Jan
25
asked HTTP 500 error when calling /apps/{accessTokens}/de-authenticate with an access_token argument in GET
Jan
25
comment Is it possible to get daily reputation change for a user via the API?
Currently I'm pulling this data from the user's reputation graph by reading and parsing a page from their profile. It's a little kludgey, but if you guys don't have a problem with it, I can keep doing it this way until API n+1.
Jan
25
awarded  Teacher
Jan
25
comment StinkingBadges - Track your progress towards long-term badges
This doesn't seem like an issue with my app, (unless I'm doing something silly, which is possible) so I've raised it as a support/bug issue here: stackapps.com/questions/3000/…
Jan
25
comment StinkingBadges - Track your progress towards long-term badges
What happens if you click "Request New Token" on this page?
Jan
25
comment StinkingBadges - Track your progress towards long-term badges
Hmm... could you be disabling javascript or blocking some content? If you're logged in, you should see some buttons at the bottom. That's a stackexchange screen, not something from my app.
Jan
25
comment StinkingBadges - Track your progress towards long-term badges
@DOK, and it just keeps looping you there? what does the page look like?
Jan
25
comment StinkingBadges - Track your progress towards long-term badges
@DOK, I tested this on Mac and Windows FF latest, and had success in a variety of scenarios - different authentication states for the app, and different login statuses for my account. What page is looping continuously for you? Can you screenshot it and/or give me the url in your browser? I feel like I've seen this before in the authorization screen, and it might help me (or Kevin) figure out where the issue is.
Jan
25
answered StinkingBadges - Track your progress towards long-term badges
Jan
24
comment StinkingBadges - Track your progress towards long-term badges
@DOK, and you were logged into a stackexchange site prior to clicking the link? I've been testing in FF but it's possible I missed something. Thanks for the bug report, and I'll look into it.
Jan
24
comment StinkingBadges - Track your progress towards long-term badges
@DOK, my apologies for the bad experience. What browser and version? I'll try to debug it some this evening.
Jan
24
comment StinkingBadges - Track your progress towards long-term badges
@patridge, I'll add that to the todo list for the next version. Switching sites also does not empty the request queue (so if you switch mid-refresh, you have to wait for the refresh to finish, bleh!) With all the attention, I'm loathe to roll out a new version right this second, but rest assured any bugs found will be fixed in short order :)