I’m not being alone in thinking del.icio.us is crap

Ah, someone else is feeling the pain with the del.icio.us API. Interesting information about throttling on usage of posts/all. It all adds up to del.icio.us API being nearly useless for experimentation and interesting new uses of bookmarks. I’m just so happy there are other social bookmark sites that don’t put whimsical limitations on API usage.

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Epilicious losing support for del.icio.us

I was getting too many reports of problems on using epilicious together with del.icio.us. What finally did it was Gnome bug #491977. The patch provided was applied in the 2.20 tree. In the current development tree I simply removed support for del.icio.us alltogether. It’s just not worth the hassle! It’s just somewhat unfortunate that the …

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More on the weirdness that is del.icio.us API

As I’ve said before del.icio.us is not easy to program against. Here’s a brief recount of my latest explorations into how to program against del.icio.us. I received a report about some problems with epilicious, to which I responded with a pointer to my post about my past experiences. In response I got a suggestion to …

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Epilicious and ma.gnolia.com

As I’ve told before del.icio.us can be a very fickle partner to interact with. Lately I’ve again started seeing obstinate behaviour from del.icio.us and yesterday I finally got around to adding support for ma.gnolia.com to epilicious. They support an API that is “del.icio.us compatible” (I believe there are some things missing, but everything epilicious needs …

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