2,474 reputation
2824
bio website
location United Kingdom
age 20
visits member for 4 years, 7 months
seen Oct 31 at 11:57

My Apps:

  • StackInbox - Global Inbox notifications on Mac.
  • StackAsk - iPhone/iPad app to ask StackExchange questions from

I'm a 19 year old university student from the UK who is learning my way around the programming world. Interested in physics, electronics and IT as well. My aim in life to get somewhere in programming or become an astrophysicist, and live into 2100 :D

I've made a few tweaks for jailbroken iOS.

Buy me a beer: bitcoin://14pYxbyRzdWArK3bmPP8yggMHZPiEGaggZ

Or some food: bitcoin://174W7QjeFghryYSn8PArjPqFGLGDkLH6DY


Sep
4
comment StackAuth feature requests
Thanks, I thought I read something like this before (I think you wrote it as well) but couldn't remember where. Now to find out how to use this on objective-c :)
Sep
4
comment Central Login place
So I'll come back in a few years then ;)
Sep
4
revised StackAuth feature requests
added 121 characters in body
Sep
4
asked Central Login place
Sep
4
comment StackAuth feature requests
(is that once a day per user or developer, I take that it's user). It's not only the bandwidth I'm worried about but the time it takes to download the logos (which ATM is thaat long but there will be many many more logos when the stackexhange sites come out of beta and stop using the same logo. I download them once the first rime the app is run and then I'd like to check at a certain interval(days not minutes) if they've been updated.
Sep
3
asked StackAuth feature requests
Sep
2
comment Can the API return info re “new replies” icon?
But it would be close enough until v2, wouldn't it?
Sep
1
answered Can the API return info re “new replies” icon?
Aug
30
comment Announcement: StackExchange API Development Wiki
If you add the Dynamic page List extension, the static list of dev tips can be made, well dynamic. Also why not create some script to convert the dev-tip questions into wiki articles using the API :)
Aug
30
comment StackKit: an API framework for Cocoa
Now you say that, it seems obvious. Thanks for your help :)
Aug
28
answered StackKit: an API framework for Cocoa
Aug
26
awarded  Teacher
Aug
25
comment Is it really worth to (implicitly) discourage documentation of API/library usage nowadays already?
So due to this post (blog.stackoverflow.com/2009/05/a-theory-of-moderation) it says that SE sites are to meant to be pretty community run? Now it seems that its only Kevin who made this change, that's very community like isn't it? There's this huge fuss over a simple change that wasn't necessary. This site is different to other SE sites. The moderation here is kinda not important like it is on other SE sites, so it makes it feel like your left having to do more trivial tasks.
Aug
25
awarded  Critic
Aug
25
comment Is it really worth to (implicitly) discourage documentation of API/library usage nowadays already?
Oh right, sorry I misunderstood it a bit. The tips section on the front page is the dev tips (I suggest renaming it to this)
Aug
25
comment Is it really worth to (implicitly) discourage documentation of API/library usage nowadays already?
Well it's a good idea, but it moves the information away from stacksapps. And it still doesn't get rep, so there's no incentive (I think that's what you meant in this answer?). But on the wiki I think each dev-tip should have it's own page, and there should be an obvious list of them.
Aug
24
comment Is it really worth to (implicitly) discourage documentation of API/library usage nowadays already?
It's just annoying that it's all policy and no humaness. That's the worst thing about SE sites.
Aug
24
comment Is it really worth to (implicitly) discourage documentation of API/library usage nowadays already?
@Jeff, why does it matter, it's not like Stackapps has the same demand or volume as stackoverflow. It seems it's only you and Kevin who think that it should've been changed, so why change it? At the end of the day it's a number on a computer, not money or some life changing value, so why waste the time changing the system that people, who actually use the site, made.
Aug
10
comment Where can I find the reputation black market?
weird how that guy made announced a wave app on like the same day as wave was announced dead and has now jumped up 4k.
Aug
8
comment Stack Up for iOS (1.0.1)
your site, stackupapp.com is flagged as hopsting malware (not saying it does), this means that google chrome users who go to your website are stopped with a huge red stop page, including chrome users who come to this question as the images are hosted on your site. You should probably remove whatever triggered google to flag it, or contact google.