@33mhz If you're using a library, you shouldn't have to think about urls. Using ADNpy, take a look at this example [github.com] and then dig into how that code is implemented [github.com]. Essentially, build up dicts of the annotation you want and then call a library function.
@hutattedonmyarm And new tokens (with the public_message:net.app.core.broadcat scope) can't update the stream marker for a broadcast channel?
That's definitely a less used code path, I can check on that later tonight. It _should_ work but may not.
@hutattedonmyarm@charl I need more information. The obvious question is what did you change? In general to update a stream marker you need either the stream scope or a messages/public_messages scope of some kind. I'm not sure if extended scopes work.
@zev@berg Not to pass the buck too much, but I'm pretty sure Riposte creates their own links client side. I think if you post that in Alpha (which does use App.net's link parsing stuff) it will probably work.
@peteburtis Yeah I understand. Specifically the case where a client thinks it should be able to reuse a connection_id and then App.net returns a new one with no subscriptions. Normally, I wouldn't expect that to happen, but it's definitely an edge case.
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