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Is there an RSS feed for a user's comments?

Kris_J (10111) writes | more than 6 years ago

User Journal 3

Is there an RSS feed of my comments? I want to pipe my /. comments through to Twitter.Is there an RSS feed of my comments? I want to pipe my /. comments through to Twitter.

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Found a solution, I think. This is sorta the test (1)

Kris_J (10111) | more than 6 years ago | (#22105196)

I asked the same question, more or less, over at [] and the solution [] was to use a service called Dapper. Not sure if it's working yet, because Twitterfeed doesn't post old stuff when you first add your feed to there. You have to post new content and this is it.

#sandbox #test (1)

Kris_J (10111) | more than 6 years ago | (#22113878)

I hope the problem with my previous test was that I did it before the first scrape of my new RSS feed, otherwise it just doesn't work. Testing again.

Re:#sandbox #test (1)

Kris_J (10111) | more than 6 years ago | (#22124286)

Still not working, which is odd given that my live bookmark for the same feed is fine.
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