17. https://www.inaturalist.org/photos/23753693?size=original Show the Original, not current size

I was also wondering what the limits are...
https://www.inaturalist.org/photos/23753693?size=original
seems the limits are still 2000 pixels
https://www.inaturalist.org/photos/23753693

GanCW, yes, those limits are still in place.
Andre, the metadata for the photo just shows the metadata that was embedded when the photo was uploaded, so if the photo was ,larger than 2048x2048, it will show the original size there, even though the photo available online has a maximum 2048x2048 size.
Tony you just can't upload more than 20 MB in a single request..." Am I right in thinking one can have more than 20MB of images in an observation if one uploads the images in stages? (Not sure exactly what 'request' means: does dragging and dropping 3 images onto an obs = 1 request or 3 requests?).
"we also resize every observation photo to a max of 2048x2048 px," I think that equals roughly 4Megs.

here is a page at https://www.inaturalist.org/flags which lists all the unresolved flags, but the filter options don't seem to provide a way to list just the flags I have raised. There also doesn't seem to be way to filter for curation flags, which is what I am mainly interested in. Are there any url query parameters that could help with this?

Another thing that would be useful is a simple way to list all of the existing curation flags for a given taxon. I can use a url hack like https://www.inaturalist.org/taxa/12345/flags, but


the queue of a particular user's bulk uploads that aren't labeled yet, and I'd like to skip over them because the person may be working on them themselves later. Is there a string I can include in the search url to omit their observations for the moment?

Starter url example: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/identify?iconic_taxa=unknown
Example url when you are positively filtering for a user: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/identify?iconic_taxa=unknown&user_id=questagame

e.g. if you want to ID observations in DC but not from me (user ID 7580), you'd use https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/identify?verifiable=true&page=1&place_id=5&not_user_id=7580

There are a few ways to find someone's user ID, but the one I go to is to the header search, type their name, and then click on their profile from that and you'll see their user nu

-- MAVERICK -- FALSE
For instance: wynand_uys identified an observation as "Lithobates areolatus" and it is not withdrawn, but the community ID is now "Animal" (https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/10786321)

How can I filter for all instances where there is a current ID posted of "Lithobates areolatus" where the community ID is not "Lithobates areolatus" ?

Maybe not exactly what you are looking for, but I know you can find observations where you are considered a "maverick":

https://www.inaturalist.org/identifications?user_id=tonyrebelo&category=maverick

I see there is also a "current" parameter.

In fact, it is on that screen. Exactly what I want is:

https://www.inaturalist.org/identifications?user_id=tonyrebelo&current=false

Anotado por ahospers ahospers, noviembre 21, miércoles 21:53

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Using the URLconf defined in app.urls, Django tried these URL patterns, in this order:
[name='home']
admin/ [name='admin_home']
demo/
search/ [name='search']
djadmin/
generic/
locations/
countries/
fieldwork/
observation/int:pk/ [name='observation_detail']
projects/
protocols/
species/
tags/
attrs/
users/
news/
subsites/
taxa/
photos/
sounds/
social/
pages/
charts/
stats/
i18n/
jsi18n/ [name='javascript-catalog']
translations/
select2/
api/
api/noordzee/
api/meetnetten/observation/ [name='meetnetten-observation-upload']
api/meetnetten/observation/docs/ [name='meetnetten-observation-docs']
api/oauth2/token/ [name='oauth2-token']
api/oauth2/revoke_token/ [name='oauth2-revoke-token']
api/oauth2/authorize/ [name='oauth2-authorize']
api/userinfo/ [name='api-userinfo']
api/identify/v1/ [name='identify_proxy']
accounts/
new_site/on.php [name='switch_on']
new_site/off.php [name='switch_off']
^static2\/(?P.*)$
The current path, waarneming/view/164848920, didn't match any of these.

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