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Fuller API documentation needs to be created and published, to allow third party use of our data.
Suggested by email@example.com on September 11, 2017, 9:01 am
train radar back on
I want to go back in time and read some of the older threads/conversations to get more context on what happened back then. In particular, I'm reading the NE Gauge Standardisation thread, and even with maximum threads per page setting, there are 44 pages or thereabouts. Its taken me most of the morning to get to page 6! Most of the time is spent scrolling and filtering out the miscellaneous information in the posts, like the quoted text, post header and footer (and the ads!). Is there a way that the thread can be viewed more efficiently so i can read it quicker?
When Someone likes your post, you get a notification saying who liked it and on what thread at whatever time
Dangersdan707 disagreed With your post in Murray basin Standardisation Thread
YM-Mundrambilla found your Post informative in SA to keep the overland going Thread
And so on
Suggested by cthart on November 14, 2016, 11:32 am
Currently the RSS/Atom feed (which I use to read Railpage news headlines) only shows the article title in the newsfeed.
This means I see titles such as "Premier announces $200m rail funding" which is pretty ambiguous because I have no idea for which state that applies!
Please add the news category to the article titles in the RSS/Atom feed -- I think a prefix would be best such as,
"QLD: Premier announces $200m rail funding"
which tells the readers all they need to know from a headline.
An API to allow content providers to insert marketing information onto the site where they are billed for the usage and we provide a report on views. need to build a list of prices and the API should be available to all users who register. Payment of the usage should be via PAYPAL merchant interface.
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