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  1. There are more and more cases working with different teams, especially with more and more hackathons, that the need to separate groups for different projects on Twitch have become more of a need. There were talked about a Soon™ feature to allow multiple organizations, but nothing has come about. This would be great to allow, and then allow movement of apps between personal accounts to an organization on the site once this is setup to help management, or a form to allow twitch to process the movement.

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  2. Since the docs are so long, and each header has an ID you can link to, you should put a link icon that copies the link to clipboard for each header for easy sharing.

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  4. It would be very easy to build and design for if there were official typing for all data endpoints. The data between all the different API's for the same data isn't consistent, and with event sub, since it no longer relies on the underlying Helix endpoint, that data can now be different too. This will also mitigate typos on the docs which causes huge headaches when trying to code for API responses and the data not working, or missing fields. The typing can specify which fields are required and which are optional, so when designing your app, you can easily…

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  5. https://dev.twitch.tv/docs/irc/guide#command--message-limits says:
    - 20 authenticate attempts per 10 seconds per user (200 for verified bots)
    - 20 join attempts per 10 seconds per user (2000 for verified bots)

    however it's unclear how these limits apply to anonymous connections. Is there no limit to join attempts at all when you have authenticated as an anonymous user? And do authentication attempts for anonymous users (NICK justinfan12345) count towards the rate limit?

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  6. Please add actual code instead of images in the documentation. It would be much easier to copy it. Example: https://dev.twitch.tv/docs/tutorials/extension-101-tutorial-series/config-service

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  7. Description in "Getting tokens" isn't very clear and missing a link to "Getting Tokens: OAuth", where it's all explained in detail. That does confuse people

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  8. It would be great if we could have a list of the status codes and their reasons so we can write code to prepare for handling those errors, instead of logging them and dealing with them as they happen - for all endpoints. These exist, for the most part, in a lot of the newer endpoint documentation, but a lot of the older endpoints were rushed in their documentation and we have little information on what responses to expect. Sometimes we get 200s, 202s, 400s, 410s - and having to just "wait" or try to plan for them is a…

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  9. The "build your first extension" walkthrough was perfect until about the half-way mark, then it started omitting hugely important steps. I had to stumble around to try and keep up, and although I was modestly successful, I was not able to see my Panel extension in my channel. Would have been helpful to actually have a zip file of assets to upload, because I have no idea whether I did that step correctly.

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  10. "Check: If you want to see the completed code at this stage, its available on the Step 1 branch."

    There are no links to the source code. It would be extremely helpful to have a link to GitHub repo with full set of code in this tutorial, to see how it all goes together.

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  11. More information is required about the uniqueness of id. Is it unique forever (i.e. there will never be two messages with the same id) or is it just guaranteed unique within a timeframe?

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  12. msgid:"usageuntimeout" states:'Usage: “/raid <username>” - Removes a timeout on a user.' and not /untimeout

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  13. Another way to manage an extension secret is to use a .env file. The .env file can be used to store all kinds of secrets, tokens, and passwords.

    eg: TOKEN=testT0K3N

    note: .env is a shell file so there can't be spaces around =

    Page: https://dev.twitch.tv/docs/extensions/building

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  14. As per a request from Barry, it would helpful if any flagged messages on a page were fixed or visible when loading a bookmarked section. For example, right now there is an important message on the API reference page about OAuth requirements for Helix, but if someone goes directly to https://dev.twitch.tv/docs/api/reference#get-streams, they will not see this message currently.

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  15. > Build your first Extension
    > Here’s an extension that just says ‘Hello, world!’

    where do i store this? how do i connect this with the twitch extension config page?

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  16. While you do a good job of stating that the IRC interface deviates from the RFC, as well as where and how it deviates from the RFC, it may be beneficial to specifically call out the deviation that the MODE command is server-generated (read only), instead of being a keyword that can be generated by a client.

    In other words, my bot cannot issue its own "MODE #channel +o nickname" command via the IRC interface (like it can on IRC), it can only receive notifications from the server that the server has sett one of those modes. One sentence covering…

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  17. In the dev docs, can you add an "Updated" field with the date of when the page was last updated, or what versions the doc works with? Trying as a newbie now, there's some stale info in here.

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