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#1
Not at the moment. :)
#2
emmajk42;8580222
Not at the moment. :)

Does that mean somethings planned?
#3
Any update on this?
#4
(Still not at the moment)

It seems like a rare, or even unique, request. With the currently logged site issues I imagine that tasks to accommodate the needs of more than one member would take priority.

Why are you asking? What is the purpose of extracting the data?

BFN,

fp.
[admin]#5
I guess with the API you can pull that data out if you wanted.
#6
Admin
I guess with the API you can pull that data out if you wanted.


I do not see voting temperature or history of voting to be one of the parameters available with the "HUKD Developer API"/"HUKD REST API 2.0" (or whatever the official name is).

The only reference to "username" as a parameter "allows you to retrieve deals from particular users", not voting by specific users.

[ http://www.hotukdeals.com/rest-api/docs ]

Is the documentation up-to-date?

BFN,

fp.
[admin]#7
The documentation is up to date.
#8
There's no urgency in my request, there have just been a few times where I've wanted to look back at something I voted on in order to buy it but I couldn't find it again, I figured if there was a voting history (something similar to the way Digg.com archives my diggs http://digg.com/hummy/diggs) that process would have been easier.
#9
Admin
I guess with the API you can pull that data out if you wanted.

DevelopmentTeam
The documentation is up to date.


Thanks.

Does the absence of the information in the documentation mean that Admin was guessing (incorrectly) to the existence of the availability of voting data, &/or voting trends for a specific member, via the Application Programming Interface?

BFN,

fp.

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