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It's pretty easy to get the bibtex, just send a GET request formatted like so: https://mathoverflow.net/posts/{POST NUMBER}/citation For example, for this Math Overflow question, you can get the bibtex for the question and top 2 answers with: mathoverflow.net/posts/105922/citation (Question) mathoverflow.net/posts/105930/citation (Answer 1) mathoverflow....


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I've made a userscript to do this. Update: This has been added to the dev version of my SE Additional Optional Features userscript - please install that instead of this. Any updates will go straight to that userscript, not this! Get it at Github. It gets the latest 5 questions posted on the per-site meta of the current site and adds a diamond to the ...


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I've made a userscript to do this. Get it at Github. It will add a button next to comments that belong to you after you have posted them (so not as you're writing). Clicking it will produce a prompt asking you for the number of days in which to delete the comment. Eg. entering 2 will delete it in exactly 2 days. It checks every o'clock for times that ...


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Each question on a Stack Exchange site already has a RSS feed. Just scroll all the way down the page, on the right-hand side you'll find a question feed link:


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Stack.PY George Edison has announced Stack.PY, with support for 2.1.


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Here's a quick'n'dirty userscript, tested on Greasemonkey on Firefox: https://github.com/BobVul/SEReopenReviewWarning/blob/master/SEReopenReviewWarning.user.js Can be installed via the raw link: https://github.com/BobVul/SEReopenReviewWarning/raw/master/SEReopenReviewWarning.user.js Currently only the pending/completed review warning is there. I might add ...


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This is not something you could obtain from the API. The API basically exposes some of the features of the site (e.g. search, writing posts, voting itself) in a programmatic way. For analysis like this, you'll need SEDE, the Stack Exchange Data Explorer and support for that is on Meta Stack Exchange; there's even a chatroom dedicated to SEDE. That said, the ...


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The stack exchange API officially does not support posting questions or answers, but it does allow posting comments. So you can install the StackX app and use it to comment on posts. There is also an Official Android App in alpha development. It looks like they are still taking sign-ups for guinea pigs volunteers. ;)


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First, read and thoroughly understand both: What topics can I ask about here? (Stack Apps) and What types of questions should I avoid asking? (Stack Apps) That said, you can propose changes to the API, or request apps, or request scripts. Keep in mind that this site is not an app/script writing service and almost everyone here is a volunteer. It would be ...


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I think I managed to find what I was looking for. After doing some research in here, on stackapps.com, I have finally found what I was looking for, namely an easy way to get notified about new answers, posts and/or comments for the topics that I am interested in, topics listed on all sites from StackExchange network. The application is called StackTracker ...


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I just finished announcing MetroStack for Windows Phone 8.1. Have a look at it. Metro Stack - A Windows Phone Stack Exchange app


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