We're releasing some updates to stream story formatting, FQL, and finding fans this week. These changes are going live with the weekly code push, which takes place Tuesday evening, Pacific Time.
While we'll continue to publish stories that use the video type, we strongly encourage you to start using the flash attachment type instead.
You can help ensure user privacy in your applications by checking whether a given user has blocked the logged-in user. Select the is_blocked field when you query the user FQL table.
As another reminder regarding the stream roadmap, next week we're changing the size of stream story images so that their maximum dimensions will be 90x90 pixels.
Also starting next week, if you include more than one image in your stream attachment, Facebook will render only the first image in the array initially. We're also adding a "See More" link so the user can see the remaining images. You can still include up to 5 images in a stream story.
We'll make another announcement on the Platform Live Status page next week confirming this launch.
We hope you start using these features and we welcome your feedback on the Developer Forum.
Pete, the technical writer on the Platform team, is rounding up the news.