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Is there a way to get the list of (recent) questions for which the poor souls authors didn't get any answer (0 response) yet?
There is such a fast rotation in questions that a few may have joined Voyager2 on the outer edges of space every day.

  • a way that I didn't see (after honestly searching for 2 mn)
  • or maybe a script / (scriptmonkey?)
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Yes, you can do a search for answers:0, then hit the newest tab.

The direct URL for that is this.

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Wow! I guess the k means something. – ringø Sep 1 '10 at 15:58

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