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Are there any .NET libraries currently for the Stack Overflow unofficial API? I'm thinking of writing one and posting it here, but I just want to check if there are any already. Thanks!

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dude. i just realized what you were inferring with that comment r.e. name 'soapi'. I had no idea. i guess great(?) minds think alike. gotta admit, it is the most logical choice. and it rolls off the tongue smoother than SEAPI. – Sky Sanders Aug 10 '10 at 14:26
@code don't remember exactly what comment you're referring to... but the name's great. I'm happy that someone's found a great use for it. :) – Maxim Zaslavsky Aug 10 '10 at 21:11… - i thought you were remarking on the subtext, now i see you might have been commenting on the coincidence (or the theft of a name, lolz). – Sky Sanders Aug 10 '10 at 22:03
@code ah, yes, the "soapy" comment - when I announced soapidotnet (my ancient library) on meta, someone commented with "sounds like soapy!" and as for that last part, it's no theft - go ahead, use the name! :) I'm going to remove soapidotnet sometime soon anyway. – Maxim Zaslavsky Aug 11 '10 at 1:37

Umm.... yeah... lolz.

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Great library! (I posted this question way before StackApps, so I should probably close this question now...) – Maxim Zaslavsky Aug 10 '10 at 21:12
@maxim - hey - the SOAPI OSS ad needs votes - can you bump it an ask your friends to?… – Sky Sanders Aug 10 '10 at 22:08

there's stacky, which is highly touted on stackapps.

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