I wonder when I will finally feel comfortable answering questions on Meta Stack Overflow. Currently it feels a bit like playing Russian roulette. You never know when you write total bollocks and attract a shitload of downvotes. :D
I propose oneboxing support for the Android Market, more specifically for Android apps on the Android Market.
This is the relevant part of an app URL:
I guess the most important data is the image, title, author, price and the short descript...
humbly prays to the great overlord @balpha to hear his and the others prayers Oh great chat overlord, please forgive us our constant pinging and multiline-markdown formatting attempts. We, the humble folk of StackExchangia beg you to grant our wish and implement Android Market oneboxing support. Thank you great chat overlord.
Have you ever had someone say "One of the advantages to rewriting your application from scratch in [different language/framework] is that it has [feature you're either using or the application doesn't really need for reasons you're aware of because you wrote it]?" It's kind of agitating.
I don't mind that they want to rewrite it so their whole "enterprise system" is "more consistent". The whole thinking there is any other conceivable advantage to re-doing a year worth of work done by a non-idiot.
A moderator just converted my accepted answer to a comment. Why was my accepted answer converted to a comment?
screen-shot of Question:
I have edited my answer but now i am not able to flag it as undeleted?
If I try to put something like this into a question or answer
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the first > after the "br" is matched to the first < before the "!--", resulting in this being displayed:
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This happens in both previews and actual po...