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Stack.PY - A Python Module for Accessing the Stack Exchange 2.1 API

Now on PyPI! You can now find Stack.PY on PyPI, Python's package index. This means that you can install the package simply by running the following command in a terminal: pip install stackpy About ...
4 votes
1 answer
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Does Stack Apps have some special rep and Community Wiki modifications?

I have posted a "question" (actually an app) on Stack Apps, and received two upvotes on it. Each gave me 10 reputation. This runs counter to every other Stack Exchange site - and, indeed, the Stack ...
5 votes
2 answers
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Getting started: /users/{id} [duplicate]

I am trying to get the amount of reputation that a user has. I have established that I need to use this url: https://api.stackexchange.com/2.1/users/1272330?order=desc&sort=reputation&site=...
3 votes
1 answer
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Creating a PHP script to use the stack api

I would like to know how to use the Stack API and get all questions with a particular tag. I am coding in PHP. So I would like to write a script which can get all questions with a particular tag. I ...
252 votes
5 answers
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Column 80 - Plain Text optimised Stack Exchange

Screenshot / Code Snippet About Browsing the existing Stack Exchange family of websites was OK in a text-based browser, but when you're stuck in a Linux shell with no way out and no other computers ...
19 votes
3 answers
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OBSOLETE - StackCenter - your one-stop app for everything Stack Exchange

OBSOLETE: The site and app have been down for years. Update: StackCenter has been completely rewritten to use Soapi.JS2. I have also made some changes to the UI. Screenshot About StackCenter is a ...
19 votes
0 answers
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OBSOLETE - StackImage - Generating Images of Questions and Users [Now with Global Flair!]

RIP June 23, 2010 - July 4, 2013 All of the features that StackImage provides are either available with the built-in flair on each Stack Exchange site or provided by StackImage's successor: ...
12 votes
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Stack.JS - Powerful Event-driven Library for Accessing the Stack Exchange API in JavaScript.

About Stack.JS is the JavaScript equivalent of Stack.PHP and aims to replicate the request structure of that library as much as possible. The library is still a long ways from being complete but is ...
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1 answer
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How do I make sure my access_token gets passed?

I am authenticating via the explicit method, but I still get a 502 throttling error. Is my key not getting passed? Do I need to pass the access_token with the request? if so. How do I do that. I am ...
4 votes
0 answers
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All Your Stack Posts

Screenshot (click to full resolution) About WordPress plugin inspired by the Meta question How can I download my content from a beta site?. Intended as a mean to export all of a person's ...
7 votes
0 answers
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Stack Posts WordPress Widget

Screenshot About Plugin to show the recent or historic activity widget from a specific user, or generic for the whole site. Enter a user ID and select the site. The random mode is great to discover ...
6 votes
0 answers
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StackMail - Making the StackExchange Sites Accessible Via Email

Planned Obsolescence Due to almost negligible usage and ongoing maintenance issues, I would like to announce that the StackMail service will be shut down in a few days. Screenshot http://files....
2 votes
1 answer
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Get accepted answers from Stack Overflow using Stack Overflow API 2.1

I want to fetch only my accepted answers from Stack Overflow using the API 2.1 and currently I've following code $data = file_get_contents("http://api.stackexchange.com/2.1/users/741747/answers?page=...
3 votes
1 answer
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StackStatus - Monitor the status of the Stack Exchange API

Note: This service is temporarily offline. The original version was having some problems, and I am also migrating a number of tools from PHP to Python - so expect to see this tool come back to ...
9 votes
7 answers
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How to format time since xxx e.g. "4 minutes ago" similar to Stack Exchange sites

function timeSince(date) { var seconds = Math.floor((new Date() - date) / 1000); var interval = Math.floor(seconds / 31536000); if (interval > 1) { return interval + " years";...

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