👽 Lucian Marin I'm working on Sublevel API (sublevel.net/api/?...). Very basic stuff, but it's a start. Hopefully I'll get feedback from you and make the proper changes.
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Josh Sharp Excellent! I hope this encourages more adoption of sublevel as people do cool stuff with it.
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Mark Dain Thank you! My old Sublevel scraper used RSS, which isn't as nice as JSON.
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👽 Lucian Marin No problem. You can also filter your entries in updates (sublevel.net/api/e...) and replies (sublevel.net/api/e...) by using `created_by` and `parent__isnull` (two underscores).
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Eric Since it's outputting Json can you make the variable names CamelCased? I know it's pedantic, but it makes it less jarring. Also I recommend you maintain the pretty-print format (the Json will still work) see how this Json is provided: vild.org/labs/natu...
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👽 Lucian Marin Django Tastypie (django-tastypie.re...) does the formatting. Anyway, I prefer the exact field names used for database.
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