We can keep track of who is working on what with it
hi guys! great job done! I was wondering how to get all answers for a particular question, any ideas? something like Quora.question['all_answers']
Thanks to infinite scroll on Quora this hasn't been done so far.
You could use Quora.get_latest_answers('what-is-python') and Quora.get_top_answers() (oh wait, this hasn't been done yet!) Someone should do it.
We don't do it and I don't think we should because a past API did include answers, and they got a cease and desist from Quora for including answer content
We haven't gotten one yet, and I suspect not including answer content is one of the reasons why
well, I guess it is still possible to provide metadata on the answers without their content. For example, timestamps, upvotes, authors etc...?
Multiple quora changes broke pyquora again :(
including scraper detection/blocking
we might want/need to switch to PhantomJS or Selenium or something similar that emulates/drives a web browser, so the scraper can't be detected
Hi...I would like to contribute..please get me started
@csu have you explored the headless browser route? I haven't look much into the breaking changes Quora has made, but if you think they are significant enough then we might as well roll out a complete new version of pyquora. In any case, I would be down to organize a bugfix sprint - it could also help the wannabe contributors to get onboard.
Hey, is it only Python 2?
It install fine with python 3 but then it drops and ImportError: ----> 8 from user import User, Activity ImportError: No module named 'user'
Hello, guys. I have one question about quora. Every time I open quora, the cursor is always on search bar. I am a cvim user, so <kbd>j</kbd> <kbd>k</kbd> is often be used on chrome. Every time I type the two in quora, they will be typed into search bar rather than to move up or down. So, how can i let the cursor not on search bar by default?