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I am sure I saw someone pointing that there is a feed similar to http://meta.stackoverflow.com/feeds/user/48465/recent, but that gets only the questions. I believe it had an .html in the url, and it was hosted by SO itself. Does anyone know it?

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http://meta.stackoverflow.com/api/userquestions.html?userid=48465&page=1&pagesize=10&sort=newest

Increase pagesize to put all questions on one page.

Update: Apparently there is a JSON option too: http://meta.stackoverflow.com/api/userquestions.json?userid=48465&page=1&pagesize=10&sort=newest

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Where in the hell did that come from? I've never seen the api folder! – Eric Aug 24 '09 at 1:54
    
that's it, unfortunately it isn't a feed as I expected =( nothing that a Yahoo Pipe can't solve – Jader Dias Aug 24 '09 at 1:55
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It's used as the datasource for the tabs in the profiles. Check the href's :) Or disable javascript and try to go to page 2 of your questions :) – Sampson Aug 24 '09 at 1:55
    
i find it funny when dynamic content is served by an url with .html extension – Jader Dias Aug 24 '09 at 1:56
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Nice find, Brad. – Sampson Aug 24 '09 at 15:10
    
I just figured that flair works that way, why not the API. – Brad Gilbert Aug 24 '09 at 15:13
    
Good thinking. I'm fairly confident that it's rather difficult to keep things like this from leaking out with a community of curious developers :) – Sampson Aug 24 '09 at 17:08

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