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I would like an RSS feed that shows each question I ask (but not comments or other cruft)

This is for StackOverflow to twitter integration. I've set up twitterfeed to import my user feed into twitter (see here)

For questions this works nicely. It is entirely possible my question fits in 140 characters and my followers might want be able to answer.

However, my followers don't give a hoot about me leaving a comment on some random person's question. Is there a pre-existing feed to filter out the cruft from my user feed?

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Wow, I must have been asleep when I retagged this question. Sorry about that. – Jon Seigel Jul 6 '10 at 3:03
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Here is what you're looking for:{site}/users/{ID}/questions?body=true

For example, Jeff Atwood's questions:

It's a small app I wrote called Stack2RSS that converts API requests to RSS feeds.

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Well, small app, Jeff likes it so much that he wrote earlier: "we are directly supporting Nathan's (awesome) Stack2RSS [...] In that we are providing server space and bandwidth for it on our own servers. So please make use of that if possible." – Arjan Jan 20 '12 at 16:13

Have you checked libraries and apps that use the API to see if there is something that suits your purposes? I haven't had the time to look at these properly myself yet, but if I run across something that looks like it might be useful for you, I'll try to remember to mention it here.

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There's one now. See my answer. – uɐɯsO uɐɥʇɐN Sep 18 '10 at 5:36

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