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  1. The IRC documentation states

    List current chatters in a channel. If there are more than 1000 chatters in a room, NAMES return only the list of operator privileges currently in the room.

    In my testing, I have only ever gotten Twitch to return my own username, even (only) in small (under 1K) rooms.

    [@] :eggdroptest.tmi.twitch.tv 353 eggdroptest = #superscientistjhrek :eggdroptest

    For example, that room usually has 15-30 chatters (in this case, there were 23 people in it), and several mods, but no names other than my own were returned as part of the 353 message.

    My suspicion is that perhaps…

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  2. This is really very cool. Thank you for taking the time to create such awesome documentation. I am a front end dev for a well know travel website and I appreciate the effort that goes into making this.

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  3. This documentation isn't clear enough, it implies that the ID attribute should be set to the channel name, but for whatever reason it has to be set to 'chat_embed' and then the channel name goes in the SRC URL, replacing the 'hebo' text. There's no description of how the 'src' attribute should be presented so this isn't immediately clear.

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  4. https://i.gyazo.com/76d10ed7c987ed262276501e25231ac6.png

    "WWW-Authenticate header" vs "WWW-Authenticate header"

    EDIT: Another bug here https://dev.twitch.tv/docs/api/webhooks-reference#subscribe-tounsubscribe-from-events

    "...if the parameters supplied are you receive an immediate..."

    Reads like there should be something after "are".

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