If you, like I, have been spending some time on the [LinkedIn developer forums][dev] trying to hammer their API into something that works for your client, you’ll notice a couple things: 1) Their forums keep you logged in for about 30 seconds per session and 2) Nobody there pays attention to anything. Case in point, the wording that appears beneath *each* forum post, where the “click here to reply” link would appear if you were logged in, which you aren’t because it logged you out after 30 seconds:
[dev]: http://developer.linkedin.com/community/apis?view=discussions “LinkedIn Developer Community Forums”
Keep in mind this appears in *every* forum post, of which there are (as of this writing) thousands. And this isn’t a new thing, it’s been like this for quite some time. Either someone’s asleep, they don’t care, or their software is so gobsmackingly complex it would take more time to change one text string than it is worth. The real question is, though: Who [accidentally][acc] the rest of that sentence?
[acc]: http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/i-accidentally “I Accidentally – Know Your Meme”