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Jason

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Jason last won the day on January 23 2014

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  • Birthday 03/19/1989

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  2. Are you using the dev-2.0.1 branch? If so, that's why. It's nowhere near completed yet. In fact, the 2.0.0 branch doesn't even work anymore due to xbox.com changes. I will post an announcement when it is completed.
  3. Saw this the other day. Unfortunately, it only lets you view your own achievements, not anyone else's
  4. Not quite yet. To be honest, I've reached the point where I don't even think it's possible.
  5. Unfortunately, I don't think so. I'm still working on getting the data source to be reliable, but have not made much headway in the past few months.
  6. Dear Community, It is with a heavy heart that I announce that the XboxLeaders API Service will be shutting down permanently as of April 31, 2014. This decision was not made lightly, and was mulled over many times. I came to the conclusion that the costs of keeping up the service, both financially and mentally, far outweigh the benefits of keeping the service online. This decision is not due to circumstances beyond my control, but rather me cutting my losses. I love what I have created, and what you all have helped me make even better. This community is awesome. That said, I will be keep the source up on GitHub and maintaining the codebase as needed. This means that I will still be taking bug reports and other issues, and working on them. However, I will most likely not be adding new features for the foreseeable future. I feel that, given the timeframe above, all users of the service will have ample time to set up the API service to use on their own. I will be around to help those who need some assistance in setting it up, and will be glad to assist those in understanding how it works. As always, you can send an email to support@xboxleaders.com to request assistance. Please don't feel that I am giving up on the project, as that is not the case. I am simply taking down the service hosted on xboxleaders.com. Thanks for being so awesome! - Jason
  7. Yes, I know HOW to do it, I just haven't been able to get it into a fully releasable form yet. It takes patience. If you don't like the results, you can use another API. I do this of my own free time, and for free. I don't charge people to use this API, although I probably should. I know there are a number of other sites who already have this data, but remember that they have a team of developers and contributors, and are also part of the official Xbox Community Developer group that I am not privy to. I'm sorry that this is taking a long time, but this project is not my only priority in life. I work 52 hours a week at my real-world job, which leaves very little time for other things, including this project.
  8. Awesome. That would be extremely helpful.
  9. Right now, my schedule is very busy. I'm currently working 52 hour weeks, which leaves very little time for development on this project. While I appreciate outside help, it must be done via the GitHub repo located here: https://github.com/XboxLeaders/XboxLiveAPI.
  10. I've attempted to try and identify the difference between Arcade, Windows Live, and Xbox titles, but it's unreliable at best. It's something that still needs to be worked on.
  11. As I'm sure you all have noticed, XboxLeaders and the XboxLiveAPI project don't have a distinct logo. Well, I'm looking to change that. I am by no means a graphic designer. I work with code, not colors. So, I'm asking this awesome community for a little help. I'd like to host a challenge to see who can come up with the most kick-ass logo for XboxLeaders as a whole, and maybe even a separate but similar logo for XboxLiveAPI for bonus points. The winner of the best logo(s) will win a $50 Amazon gift card, and the bragging rights to say they created an awesome logo for an awesome project! Here's the specs of this contest: Logo must be submitted in .psd format Logo must be at least 750x750 pixels, and able to be scaled as needed Logo must have the three main colors of Xbox: green, white, black Logo can be an icon, words, or combination All entries must be submitted to jason@xboxleaders.com by February 28th, 2014. The winner will be chosen by March 1, 2014 and notified by email. I look forward to seeing all your creative entries! And please, feel free to let your friends know about this as well. Everyone is free to submit an entry! Please note, if the winner is not able to accept Amazon gift card as prize, attempts will be made to compensate otherwise.
  12. Glad you got the original issue fixed. As for the ampersands, I'll have to look at the cleaning function. Somewhere, somehow, something is not getting escaped properly.
  13. Do you have APC installed with PHP? If not, there's a failsafe that will revert it back to disk caching if APC is defined but not installed. As for the games request, that's odd. It should kill the request when an error is triggered, not generate a half response. Will have to take a look at that.
  14. Latest commit fixes the second error. I removed the custom error logging functions as it was unneeded. As for the c_index error, I'm not sure what could be causing it. Using the file system caching is still buggy, and it's really recommended to use either APC, XCache, or Memcached since it's very resource-intensive. I do plan on removing the file-based caching altogether in the future.
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