Re: [twitter-dev] Twitter trends

2011-07-11 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
Open a connection to the Streaming API (filter stream) and count the amount of incoming tweets. More information on http://dev.twitter.com/ Tom On 7/11/11 12:22 PM, Mohit T wrote: Hi there, I am doing research on how the gold prices in the market are affected by number of tweets. Hence

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Twitter trends

2011-07-11 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
Yes, but you will have to do that by getting all the tweets and doing a count on them. The best way to get all these tweets is to use the streaming api (which will simply send all these tweets to you). I'm afraid I cannot reach dev.twitter.com atm - look for Streaming or filter.json. Tom

Re: [twitter-dev] Scheduled tweets

2011-07-11 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
Start by using @abraham's TwitterOAuth (https://github.com/abraham/twitteroauth). Use the SSO tokens on dev.twitter.com so you don't have to authenticate with OAuth. To schedule the tweets: use a crontab entry or something like that. Tom On 7/11/11 12:39 PM, santhosh kumar wrote: Hi, I

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Twitter trends

2011-07-11 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
No, the search API only goes a few (2-3) days back. Maybe some company has kept track of that information over the past years, but you can't do it with the tools Twitter gives you. Tom On 7/11/11 5:47 PM, Mohit T wrote: Say if I do not want streaming but I want historical tweets since

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Twitter trends

2011-07-11 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
I do not. Tom On 7/11/11 5:57 PM, Mohit T wrote: Ok if I cannot do it with tools twitter gives me, maybe you know any such companies like you mentioned? It would be a great help. On Jul 11, 4:49 pm, Tom van der Woerdti...@tvdw.eu wrote: No, the search API only goes a few (2-3) days back.

Re: [twitter-dev] Telephone

2011-07-07 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
There has never been a short code for the NL: we had to send texts to the UK (+44) and weren't able to receive any texts. I'm surprised to see it gone though. Tom On 7/7/11 10:33 PM, Scott Wilcox wrote: Whereas I thought there used to be a short code for Holland, seems there no

Re: [twitter-dev] Fetching a user's entire timeline

2011-07-04 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
Check for whether you include retweets. Tom On 7/4/11 12:34 PM, Adriaan Pelzer wrote: I'm not paging, but rather using a combination of max_id and count=200. Also - not getting nearly 200 every time, mostly below 100 Adriaan Pelzer putting you in touch with your crowds

Re: [twitter-dev] Application not getting R/W/DM access

2011-07-04 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
1) Don't use xAuth 2) Don't use /oauth/authenticate but /oauth/authorize Tom On 7/5/11 1:20 AM, DaveH wrote: Twitter Team: My application was changed weeks ago to request DM permission. My understanding was all we needed to do was edit the settings for the app, and then re-authenticate the

Re: [twitter-dev] Authentication dilemma

2011-07-03 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
OAuth, but using the SSO keys provided to you on dev.twitter.com. Tom On 7/3/11 12:48 AM, george wrote: We have a website for internal use within our company. When a certain action occurs on the site, such as a survey being completed, we would like to have the app (our website) post a status

Re: [twitter-dev] Feedback wanted on Twitter + iOS

2011-06-28 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
First of all, I think Twitter should make it more clear that this implementation is focused on providing Twitter access for non-client apps. Think of this implementation as a 'post on Twitter' feature that doesn't require any API knowledge or other very complicated stuff. That, and you have

Re: [twitter-dev] Feedback wanted on Twitter + iOS

2011-06-28 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
Absolutely disagree. No DM access via twitter.framework. Would be a major threat to the user's privacy. Tom On Jun 29, 2011, at 2:05 AM, Sean Heber s...@spiffytech.com wrote: Ryan, On Jun 28, 2011, at 6:44 PM, Ryan Sarver wrote: We'd love to see your apps, give feedback and help make

Re: [twitter-dev] Cannot connect to app that has same name as Account

2011-06-25 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
I've seen @TweetDeck tweet from TweetDeck... Tom On 6/25/11 7:48 AM, modemlooper wrote: Say my account name is @MyApp and my app name is MyApp, it seems like you cannot sign into an app with OAuth if this is the case. Has anyone ever have this problem and if so what can I do about it? --

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Best practice for notifying users they need to re-authenticate before June 30th?

2011-06-22 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
If you currently have no contact at all with your users, I can see how it might be a problem. However, almost all other apps have a way to do this: by simply asking them on the website / app. For example: my own app is a desktop client and it simply checks for permission and asks for a

Re: [twitter-dev] Couldn't resolve host 'stream.twitter.com

2011-06-15 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
Toms-MacBook-Pro:~ tom$ host stream.twitter.com stream.twitter.com has address 199.59.148.138 You should probably check your server's DNS settings. Tom On 6/15/11 10:47 PM, Perez2, Rocio (GE, Corporate, consultant) wrote: Hi!! I was using the Search API but now I want to change to Sream

Re: [twitter-dev] Needs object from desktop application ?

2011-06-10 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
Woah there - sounds like you are hitting a rate limit. If you don't authenticate your calls, you may only make 150 API calls per hour. Tom On 6/10/11 12:54 AM, ari_endo wrote: Hello, I am developing Twitter AP with Excel VBA. When accessing with an object generated from twitter class, it

Re: [twitter-dev] Needs object from desktop application ?

2011-06-10 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
for trials. Thank you for your reply, Ari Tom van der Woerdt wrote (2011/06/10 17:38): Woah there - sounds like you are hitting a rate limit. If you don't authenticate your calls, you may only make 150 API calls per hour. Tom On 6/10/11 12:54 AM, ari_endo wrote: Hello, I am developing Twitter AP

Re: [twitter-dev] When will we be able to upload images?

2011-06-10 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
I documented the API in my post at https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/twitter-development-talk/mbRRzl2CWc4 I think that the API endpoint I documented is only available to those who can use the photo upload on the web and all iOS 5 users. I cannot tell you when the API is available to

Re: [twitter-dev] How many tweets per day come through the Twitter firehose?

2011-06-10 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
With 1 billion tweets per 6 days, I'd say about 150 million. Tom On 6/10/11 8:11 PM, Sam Jordan wrote: Hi, Just curious if anyone knows how many tweets per day come through the Twitter firehose on a daily basis, average? Thanks Sam -- Twitter developer documentation and resources:

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Twitter Mentions since_id

2011-06-10 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
There's a : after oauth_consumer_key while there should be an =. There's also an = (in oauth_signature) which should be URLencoded. Tom On 6/10/11 9:15 PM, Paul wrote: This is my headers thats being send. Content-Type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded Authorization: OAuth

Re: [twitter-dev] Unwanted T.CO shortening

2011-06-10 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
You can't with web intents and I believe that soon all links will be t.co links. Basically, live with it. If a bit.ly link gets wrapped in a t.co link, people will see the bit.ly link, not the t.co link, except for some clients which don't implement t.co links yet. Get used to it. Tom On

Re: [twitter-dev] Request entity too large / The XML page cannot be displayed with retweet

2011-06-10 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
You requested an answer from me on Twitter, so here I go. 1. The XML page cannot be displayed sounds like an error which your webbrowser gives, definitely not the Twitter API. 2. If you use PHP, you should use JSON, not XML. 3. The code you provided is completely useless if I want to answer

Re: [twitter-dev] Needs object from desktop application ?

2011-06-10 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
application different from server application. I would appreciate if you tell me any. Thank you in advance, Ari Tom van der Woerdt さんは書きました (2011/06/10 17:50): I just checked and I was wrong - Woah there! can mean a lot of thnigs. 1. Make sure that your time is right 2. Make sure

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Unwanted T.CO shortening

2011-06-10 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
What they do in the background is irrelevant for the general public and for the purpose of this discussion. I very much disagree on that it's not relevant. If Twitter clients implement t.co properly, it's nothing more than a background process. I haven't seen a t.co link in days, as I finally

Re: [twitter-dev] Translate app description to different languages

2011-06-08 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
You can't, however I'd recommend that you file a bug report at http://code.google.com/p/twitter-api/issues/list Tom On 6/8/11 2:10 PM, Alver wrote: Good day. Is there any way to configure the application description so, that it will appear in the user interface language? As far as I can see

Re: [twitter-dev] tweet id versus idStr

2011-06-08 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
They aren't different. JavaScript can't handle large numbers (I think the limit was at 53 bits) so there's an id_str as well, to avoid this issue. In JavaScript, always use id_str. Tom On 6/7/11 10:28 AM, Christian Rishøj wrote: (Reposting from the twitter-anywhere-dev group.) In an

Re: [twitter-dev] tweet id versus idStr

2011-06-08 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
seem to be those of id_str. But why then is @Anywhere erroneously using the id when calling e.g. favourite() ? Christian On Jun 8, 2011, at 3:39 PM, Tom van der Woerdt wrote: They aren't different. JavaScript can't handle large numbers (I think the limit was at 53 bits) so there's an id_str

Re: [twitter-dev] Twitter's iOS integration and what this means for developers

2011-06-07 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
Folks, I just took a few minutes to go over the new APIs and while I am, of course, not going to break my NDA here, I can tell you this: * Doesn't look like this was meant for the Twitter clients, but rather the normal clients which provide a Tweet function. * You can sign requests using

Re: [twitter-dev] Re : Re: New Photo upload feature: What's new coming on the API side

2011-06-07 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
Hey all, From a 'pretty reliable source' I got some information about the new API endpoint, how it works, etc. You probably won't be able to use it yet but I feel like sharing this information anyway :-) Endpoint: https://upload.twitter.com/1/statuses/update_with_media.json Parameters: *

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Consumer Key and Secret Bug

2011-06-06 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
API requests. Loading a page from https://api.twitter.com/1/ counts as 1 request. Of course, it goes per user per application, so the number of users isn't really relevant for iPhone applications. http://dev.twitter.com/pages/rate-limiting Tom On 6/5/11 10:39 PM, iDeviceDesigns wrote: On

Re: [twitter-dev] Re : Re: New Photo upload feature: What's new coming on the API side

2011-06-06 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
I'm not Arnaud, but I can assure you that it won't happen. Tom On 6/6/11 4:25 PM, Julien Larios wrote: Hi there, I've implemented in Picsi this new way of photo sharing on Twitter (along with Twitpic support) and it works fine (based on Twitter4J 2.2.3). These pictures can be used in the 2

Re: [twitter-dev] Oauth Rate Limit 150 per hour?

2011-06-06 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
Is that Python? Anyway, not relevant. 1. You aren't signing using the proper url. 2. You aren't using anything related to the signature on the request (req). Tom On 6/6/11 4:43 PM, Correa Denzil wrote: Hi, I am performing OAuth to sign my requests. I am not developing a web app. I am trying

Re: [twitter-dev] Oauth Rate Limit 150 per hour?

2011-06-06 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
1. You don't sign the test variable, you sign the URL variable, which isn't an endpoint. 2. You don't use the req variable to make the request, but instead you create a new connection which is completely unrelated to the signed request. Tom On 6/6/11 4:54 PM, Correa Denzil wrote: Is that

Re: [twitter-dev] Oauth Rate Limit 150 per hour?

2011-06-06 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
In the Make the auth request part you make a request using client instead of the already prepared and signed req variable. You should use req to make the request. Tom On 6/6/11 5:10 PM, Correa Denzil wrote: Tom : Thanks for the reply. 1. You don't sign the test variable, you sign the URL

Re: [twitter-dev] Oauth Rate Limit 150 per hour?

2011-06-06 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
Well, of course, don't literally replace the variables, but figure out a way to use the req object. I don't know anything about that object so I can't help you there. Tom On 6/6/11 5:28 PM, Correa Denzil wrote: Tom : Are you sure? This gives me a : Traceback (most recent call last):

Re: [twitter-dev] Oauth Rate Limit 150 per hour?

2011-06-06 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
In that case, try removing everything related to the req variable. Seems it's all unrelated to the actual request (unless the oauth library is very badly designed, of course). Line 22 all the way up to 35. Tom On 6/6/11 5:38 PM, Correa Denzil wrote: Well, it turns out it's not the case.

Re: [twitter-dev] Twitter and iOS - an Integration Workshop

2011-06-06 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
What about the rest of the iOS developers who can't be there? I'm registered as an Apple Developer but I'm not there... Tom On 6/6/11 8:29 PM, Jason Costa wrote: Hi everyone, We're incredibly excited about the announcement that Apple made at WWDC today. We believe that Twitter's deep

Re: [twitter-dev] t.co?

2011-06-05 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
Anyone answering 'no' to this question is a fool: Twitter wants full control, t.co is a necessary part of it. Also, all official Twitter clients wrap t.co URLs, and afaik that's it. Of course, Tweet Button and web intents go in this category as well. Tom On 6/5/11 6:27 PM, SM wrote: When

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Consumer Key and Secret Bug

2011-06-05 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
Well, using more than 350 requests per hour most certainly gets you a permanent block... Tom On 6/5/11 7:53 PM, iDeviceDesigns wrote: Dear iDeviceDesigns, As you don't mention which route you are using, I can only make a guess. I make almost every query to Twitter

Re: [twitter-dev] Oauth in Twitter via Python

2011-06-04 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
I'd like to point out that this is against the TOS. You should limit your API requests where possible - for a normal application with user interaction you won't need more than 350 per hour. If you do some sort of data analysis, you may need to use streams instead. Tom On 6/4/11 7:53 PM,

Re: [twitter-dev] Oauth in Twitter via Python

2011-06-04 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
If you have the permission of the users, you can probably use their OAuth tokens, which gives you an almost infinite API limit (actually it's still 350 per user, but you won't easily break that). If you want to perform an analysis on a group of users without their consent (without OAuth

Re: [twitter-dev] How to obtain user demography using Twitter API in our apps?

2011-06-03 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
I don't recall ever entering that info when signing up for Twitter. Without data you can't give that kind of information. Tom On 6/3/11 12:54 PM, GDPL wrote: Hi All We have used Twitter API as per the documentation in our mobile app. The API status shows the usage and other technical stats.

Re: [twitter-dev] Does Twitter Photos require the use of tweet entities?

2011-06-03 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
Not at all! Embed.ly also parses them! http://api.embed.ly/embed?url=http%3A%2F%2Ftwitter.com%2Ftwitter%2Fstatus%2F76360760606986241%2Fphoto%2F1 Tom On 6/3/11 11:02 PM, SM wrote: Are tweet entities required for parsing Twitter Photos? Many clients do their own parsing and can figure out when

Re: [twitter-dev] Oauth in Twitter via Python

2011-06-03 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
If you authenticate, all requests (except for search) will go into the 350 requests. If you want 500, then perform 150 unauthenticated and 350 authenticated. If you need even more, use more accounts to do the requests. Tom On 6/3/11 11:06 PM, Correa Denzil wrote: Ah! I feel similar. Which

Re: [twitter-dev] tweet button zero count

2011-06-02 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
Firefox 6.0a2, OS X 10.7. I see a count of 3... Tom On 6/2/11 1:30 PM, Scott Wilcox wrote: Firefox 4.0.1, OSX 10.6. No plugins. Works fine in Chrome and Safari too. On 2 Jun 2011, at 12:04, John Carver wrote: What version of browser do you use? Do you have any plugins installed? 2011/6/2

Re: [twitter-dev] New Photo upload feature: What's new coming on the API side

2011-06-02 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
Arnaud / @rno, Will you (and the rest of the dev/platform team, of course) also make these available via services such as Embed.ly (OEmbed)? Currently my entire image implementation depends on parsing images from the tweet's text instead of the entities, and I'd like to keep it like that.

Re: [twitter-dev] Rate limiting - per user or per application key?

2011-05-31 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
Per user per application. A user can use, for example, 350 requests with TweetDeck, and then it can still use 350 requests with your application, without interfering with other users that also use your application. Tom On 5/31/11 2:37 PM, Rob Wilson wrote: Hi, I am writing an iPhone

Re: [twitter-dev] problem in Posting a tweet using OAuth from IOS app

2011-05-29 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
I assume that your URL encoding is wrong in the OAuth code. Make sure that you use %20 for a space and not +. The standard NSString URLencode function won't really work. Code that has always worked for me to URLencode (got it from the web somewhere, sorry for not mentioning the original

Re: [twitter-dev] list/statuses

2011-05-29 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
You can't. The 20 is the number of tweets received from Twitter's database. It will then simply not send the ones which come from private users, deleted ones (?), retweets, etc. If you want 20, ask for 50 and limit it yourself. Tom On 5/29/11 11:20 AM, ogierepier wrote: Now I have a public

Re: [twitter-dev] Question about rate limiting

2011-05-24 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
Per user per application. With 1000 users you can use 35 API calls per hour. Tom On 5/24/11 5:41 AM, Sam Oldak wrote: I am developing an app that allows users to login with twitter. I'm a bit confused about the rate limiting applied to verifying credentials of users. Is it 350/hour

Re: [twitter-dev] Please confirm this OAuth flow ...

2011-05-20 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
. Again, thank you for your time and attention to these issues. Andrew On May 19, 2011, at 09:53 , Tom van der Woerdt wrote: 1. Yep 2. NO. There's no difference in oauth/authorize and oauth/authenticate, except that authenticate will simply pass the accept/deny screen if the user has already

Re: [twitter-dev] Twitter button code limiting cookies

2011-05-20 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
You could simply use some CSS to create a Tweet Button-like button and link to https://twitter.com/share Example: https://twitter.com/share?url=http://test.com/ I'm pretty sure that the docs specify the arguments which you can pass to the Tweet Button. Tom On 5/20/11 8:30 PM, Tony House

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Auto Populating Tweets Broken?

2011-05-19 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
Jonathan, It's only /home?status= that does not currently work, /?status= does still work. As a quick workaround you could simply use /?status=. Of course, I'd strongly recommend making the switch to web intents asap. Tom On 5/19/11 2:42 AM, Jonathan Strauss wrote: I'm totally with you

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Auto Populating Tweets Broken?

2011-05-19 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
True, but I've seen some people saying that they want a normal Twitter page, not an intent. Like I said, I really recommend using intents instead, but the option is still there. Tom On 5/19/11 11:57 AM, Mohan Arun wrote: On May 19, 2:25 pm, Tom van der Woerdti...@tvdw.eu wrote: Jonathan,

Re: [twitter-dev] Please confirm this OAuth flow ...

2011-05-19 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
//))//\\//\\||// //\\//7//7///\\ putting you in touch with your crowds http://www.wewillraakyou.com twitter: http://www.twitter.com/adriaan_pelzer linkedIn: http://uk.linkedin.com/pub/adriaan-pelzer/4/874/860/ skype: adriaan_pelzer +4478 7978 1743 On Thu, May 19, 2011 at 3:53 PM, Tom van der Woerdt i

Re: [twitter-dev] Please confirm this OAuth flow ...

2011-05-19 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
, could you state which section ? And if it soon will be (which conflicts with the above), what makes you think so ? Did I miss something ? Also, if someone from the Twitter team could confirm either of these, this would be much more helpful. On 19 May 2011, at 16:00, Tom van der Woerdt

Re: [twitter-dev] Please confirm this OAuth flow ...

2011-05-19 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
/adriaan-pelzer/4/874/860/ skype: adriaan_pelzer +4478 7978 1743 On Thu, May 19, 2011 at 4:00 PM, Tom van der Woerdt i...@tvdw.eu mailto:i...@tvdw.eu wrote: Like I mentioned in my post - use the actual browser which includes an address bar (that's what it's about - without the address

Re: [twitter-dev] A new permission level

2011-05-18 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
Sounds good! Also sounds like you folks are finally trying to get rid of xAuth :-) Of course, for desktop (and mobile) applications this will mean that they will have to integrate the normal OAuth flow. Yay!. In the past, I've seen several occurrences where popular clients weren't affected

Re: [twitter-dev] Launching Twitter for iOS using twitter:// url schemes

2011-05-15 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
If I'm not mistaken, Twitter for iOS still responds to the old tweetie:// URL schemes. http://wiki.akosma.com/IPhone_URL_Schemes#Tweetie (found them on google) Also, the Mac version of Twitter for iOS supports twitter:// as well - I think I've seen URLs that opened profile but I don't

Re: [twitter-dev] Launching Twitter for iOS using twitter:// url schemes

2011-05-15 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
I just found that twitter:///user?screen_name=tvdw works as well. Tom On 5/15/11 6:51 PM, Tom van der Woerdt wrote: If I'm not mistaken, Twitter for iOS still responds to the old tweetie:// URL schemes. http://wiki.akosma.com/IPhone_URL_Schemes#Tweetie (found them on google) Also, the Mac

Re: [twitter-dev] access token expires ?

2011-05-04 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
Tokens don't expire. You should check the timezone settings - while it shouldn't matter, because a UNIX timestamp is always in UTC, it could be the issue. Tom On 5/4/11 3:26 AM, Joshua Nguyen wrote: I have obtained the access token; then i check for new @mentions twice a minute. In ~9

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: New oAuth Authenticate Page

2011-05-03 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
you from using OAuth in a new popup window? This OAuth hack is officially not going to work going forward? Hi Tom van der Woerdt, Your recommend using the workaround launching OAuth in a safari browser outside the app? Your suggested approach will require user to quit and exit app

Re: [twitter-dev] New oAuth Authorization screen is unusable on phone webbrowser control

2011-04-30 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
I've heard this before. It sounds like all UIWebView, WebBrowser and probably Android's WebView are blocked. This is definitely a *good* thing for security reasons. The workaround I recommend: launch the actual browser, using a yourapp:// link (something like myapplication://tokenDone) as

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: New oAuth Authenticate Page

2011-04-30 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
I've heard this before. It sounds like all UIWebView, WebBrowser and probably Android's WebView are blocked. This is definitely a *good* thing for security reasons. The workaround I recommend: launch the actual browser, using a yourapp:// link (something like myapplication://tokenDone) as

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: New oAuth Authorization screen is unusable on phone webbrowser control

2011-04-30 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
Yes. But I don't like xAuth :-) (Not that that should be relevant for you) Anyway, the Microsoft.Phone.Tasks.WebBrowserTask is exactly what I meant. Can you get WM7 to recognize a yourapp:// URL (custom scheme)? You could have the OAuth login flow redirect back to that page with the oauth

Re: [twitter-dev] New oAuth Authorization screen is unusable on phone webbrowser control

2011-04-30 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
is it safer Tom? Safer for who? Cheers, Dean *From:*twitter-development-talk@googlegroups.com [mailto:twitter-development-talk@googlegroups.com] *On Behalf Of *Tom van der Woerdt *Sent:* Saturday, April 30, 2011 12:09

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: New oAuth Authorization screen is unusable on phone webbrowser control

2011-04-30 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
On 5/1/11 12:47 AM, Matthieu GD wrote: On Apr 30, 12:09 pm, Tom van der Woerdti...@tvdw.eu wrote: I've heard this before. It sounds like all UIWebView, WebBrowser and probably Android's WebView are blocked. This is definitely a *good* thing for security reasons. They are not blocked, it's

Re: [twitter-dev] Having Problem in the first step to use Twitter API with OAUTH for JAVASCRIPT

2011-04-28 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
Well, it's definitely possible with JavaScript and even as a Web Application, but only in one of these cases : * User marks the web application as trusted, to avoid cross-domain restrictions * Twitter implements Mozilla's cross-domain XHR method * From a file:// location or another location

Re: [twitter-dev] Tweet Button vs ?Status=

2011-04-10 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
http://twitter.com/intent/tweet?status=whatever Tom On 4/10/11 11:21 PM, DustyReagan wrote: I'm torn between using the Tweet Button and simply linking to http://twitter.com/home?status=whatever ? It seems like the Tweet Button has a ton more overhead and complexity than a simple link with a

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Tweet Button vs ?Status=

2011-04-10 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
Afaik Twitter is trying to get people to stop using /home?status=. You should use either /share or /intent. However: /share simply redirects to /intent. I'd definitely go with /intent/tweet because it allows more customization than /share. I definitely wouldn't use /home?status=. Tom On

Re: [twitter-dev] Introducing Web Intents

2011-03-30 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
I wonder... Why is the script tag included in the example when the 3 lines below it don't actually use javascript? Does the widgets.js code automatically transform the buttons? That would be a bad thing... Besides that, I like it. I haven't checked yet, but is there a mobile version ready as

Re: [twitter-dev] Twitter followers in excel

2011-03-25 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
I've seen someone do it with VB scripting. Ask him, you can find him as Randomness on this list and on Twitter as @nl_twop_1000 Tom On 3/25/11 7:39 PM, M. Edward (Ed) Borasky wrote: On Fri, 25 Mar 2011 14:10:36 +, Scott Wilcox sc...@dor.ky wrote: Hello there, There is no method to do

Re: [twitter-dev] Retweet chain

2011-03-17 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
No, it's not. You can, however, analyze who gets the retweet in the timeline and build the chain that way. Of course, this won't work if you have a huge amount of retweets. Also, it's not 100% accurate. Tom On 3/17/11 6:47 PM, Karthik Murugan wrote: Let us assume: C follows B. B

Re: [twitter-dev] Please hire a developer relations manager

2011-03-14 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
Isn't what you are describing the task of a developer advocate, Taylor Singletary and Matt Harris (and others?)? Tom On 3/14/11 2:44 PM, Adam Green wrote: First of all, I honestly believe that Twitter HQ values developers and appreciates their contribution. That is why I decided to devote

Re: [twitter-dev] Signature generation issue

2011-03-14 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
After fixing the basic parts of your signature (please don't ever replace %26 with only a %, it screws up the encoding) and checking at http://quonos.nl/oauthTester/, I got : *Bad sorting!* All Base String parameters (query and POST parameters) must be sorted alphabetically. Tom On

Re: [twitter-dev] Signature generation issue

2011-03-14 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
No, actually, it was my fault: it wasn't a %26, but a %3D. Oops! Base string is fine. Tom On 3/14/11 3:21 PM, Taylor Singletary wrote: Wow, my blindness to signature base string foo this morning is humbling. Thanks Tom. On Mon, Mar 14, 2011 at 7:15 AM, Tom van der Woerdt i...@tvdw.eu

Re: [twitter-dev] twitter dump where i only care about size

2011-03-06 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
100GB is a lot... If the average JSON representation of a tweet takes 5 KB (and I think it might), you'd need 20 million tweets. Let's say that there are 100 million tweets sent per day (I think it's more though), and you get 1% from the sample stream (which would be 1 million). You'd have to

Re: [twitter-dev] is there a way to update statuses more then 100 per semi-hour at all?

2011-02-21 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
You can't post more than 127 (?) tweets per 4 hours (that's 1000 per day). This is a limit which can not be raised. Tom On 2/21/11 10:22 AM, John Carver wrote: greatings people. im using twitter api to update statuses but im getting this after about 100 of them have been posted in 1 hour

Re: [twitter-dev] Rate limiting for streaming API

2011-02-19 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
On 2/19/11 1:49 PM, Paresh Nakhe wrote: Hi, From what i understand, there is no concept of rate limiting for streaming api. Actually it does make sense because if anyone is to use 'statuses/sample' method (say) the limit will soon be crossed. We are working on something that will heavily use

Re: [twitter-dev] Rate limiting for streaming API

2011-02-19 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
the limitation period expires? Destroy the current connection and create a new one? Just keep listening :-) Paresh. On Sat, Feb 19, 2011 at 6:22 PM, Tom van der Woerdt i...@tvdw.eu mailto:i...@tvdw.eu wrote: On 2/19/11 1:49 PM, Paresh Nakhe wrote: Hi, From what i understand

Re: [twitter-dev] User Streams and @mentions

2011-02-14 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
Home Timeline = check it in the friends dictionary Mention = match the tweet's text Search = match the keywords The rest is easy. Tom On 2/14/11 4:01 PM, Rich wrote: Hi all I'm just starting to play with the User Streams with the aim of allowing it in addition to REST api. I've had a

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Whitelisting is still in the docs. Please remove this.

2011-02-12 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
won't sustain more than 15 users Why not? If you have 15 users, you can spread the API calls over them and the last time I checked, 15*350 gives you 5250 API calls. Tom On 2/12/11 7:24 PM, Jan Paricka wrote: Cool. I am weeks from launch and I am fucked. Without whitelisting, my app won't

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: DM rate limit

2011-02-12 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
Actually, the limit is 250 per account, not 250 DMs per IP. Tom On 2/12/11 9:10 PM, DaveH wrote: Dossy: Don't be so quick to condemn. I have an app that uses DMs and ALL DM traffic is generated by users and they know it--so there is no spamming. There are legitimate uses of DMs that users

Re: [twitter-dev] About http response:Failed to validate oauth signature and token in India

2011-02-10 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
Just a guess: could it be related to using non-ASCII characters that get encoded improperly? Tom On 2/10/11 8:09 AM, Cathy Yeh wrote: Dears, We found a log-in problem ONLY happened in India. We implemented a mediatek widget and use xAuth for authentication. The testers in India try to log

Re: [twitter-dev] Failed to validate oauth signature and token

2011-02-09 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
Please check your Base String at http://quonos.nl/oauthTester/. You seem to be missing the between the parameters. I also see other issues, but the signature checker will reveal those to you as well. Tom On 2/9/11 12:15 AM, Dale wrote: I am attempting to set up a ColdFusion script to do

Re: [twitter-dev] twitter ideas for multiple users....or does this exist?

2011-02-08 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
Yes, it exists, but it's currently in a very closed beta phase within the Twitter HQ. You may find more if you search for contributors. I haven't seen an API for this yet. Tom On 2/8/11 7:09 PM, Victoria Smith wrote: Hello Twitter, I thought I noticed this on a twitter page...but now

Re: [twitter-dev] twitter ideas for multiple users....or does this exist?

2011-02-08 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
van der Woerdt i...@tvdw.eu mailto:i...@tvdw.eu wrote: Yes, it exists, but it's currently in a very closed beta phase within the Twitter HQ. You may find more if you search for contributors. I haven't seen an API for this yet. Tom On 2/8/11 7:09 PM, Victoria Smith

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Is there going to be another Chirp?

2011-02-07 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
I'd prefer London or some other West-European city. Tom On 2/7/11 5:35 AM, Brainewave Consulting wrote: I vote for Chirp: NYC! *Mike Caprio* /Principal and Lead Consultant/ Brainewave Consulting 402 Graham Avenue PMB 211 Brooklyn, NY 11211 p: +1-347-269-0558 @brainewave On Feb 6, 2011,

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Media Partnerships and Oembed for Twitter's Detail Panel

2011-02-03 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
That is correct. It will only show for users who have the plugin. Tom On 2/3/11 9:39 PM, Ashley Sarver wrote: With the plugin, this is only visible by people who enable the plugin? We're looking to open it for the entire site, so that whenever anyone tweets a grooveshark song, the media will

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Media Partnerships and Oembed for Twitter's Detail Panel

2011-02-03 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
You cannot just embed your content into Twitter without having a content partnership with them. Without using addons, that is. Tom On 2/3/11 10:08 PM, Ashley Sarver wrote: Is there any way we would be able to open that up to everyone on twitter? Or do I just have to wait until Twitter

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Media Partnerships and Oembed for Twitter's Detail Panel

2011-02-02 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
Some Twitter applications (including my own) use embed.ly to display content. Tom On 2/2/11 1:25 PM, Ken D. wrote: Ashley, While waiting for native support from Twitter, have you checked out the embed.ly Parrotfish plugin ( http://labs.embed.ly/ ) ? Grooveshark is one of 160-plus

Re: [twitter-dev] New Twitter bug?

2011-02-02 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
I'd say: get rid of xAuth, get rid of this problem (and probably a lot of other problems as well). Tom On 2/2/11 6:36 PM, Naveen Ayyagari wrote: Not that I am advocating any change because I prefer the way it works now. But this has been a point of confusion for some of our users as well.

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Upgrading from Read to Read / Write access for OAuth API Key

2011-01-31 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
Actually, since the user needs to re-authorize the application, I do not think that this is a bug. Tom On 1/31/11 10:45 PM, Tim Bull wrote: While this makes me happy (from a developers point of view), surely this is a bug and therefore not to be relied on? As a user, I agree with the logic

Re: [twitter-dev] Stream API with firehorse method

2011-01-25 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
On 1/25/11 9:08 PM, Zhe Chen wrote: Hi, On your website, you said the Firehose is not a generally available resource. Does that mean I cannot use it in my application? What should I do if I want to use it. Thanks I don't think that you want the Firehose in your application. The Firehose

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: iPhone twitter client

2011-01-19 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
Answers inline. Sent from my iPhone On Jan 19, 2011, at 9:32 AM, Bess bess...@gmail.com wrote: I'd like to get feedback on possible webinar on iOS Twitter API. Such as - What are your pain points of integrating Twitter on iOS app? Launching the iOS simulator takes long. For me that's it.

Re: [twitter-dev] is streaming API read-only?

2011-01-18 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
Yes, that is correct. The HTTP protocol does not really allow two-way communication. You should use the normal API instead. Tom On 1/17/11 9:19 PM, Gary Ma wrote: Hi, I have an impression that streaming API (for example, user stream API) is read-only. I can obtain statuses but I won't be

Re: [twitter-dev] RE: New twitter in ie8 broken again

2011-01-05 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
Sounds like a cookie/cache issue. Tom Sent from my iPhone On Jan 5, 2011, at 5:00 PM, Dean Collins d...@cognation.net wrote: Huh well that IS interesting. I have no idea why but someone just emailed me to answer my question about New Twitter being broken for IE8. They told

Re: [twitter-dev] Search result is incorrect

2011-01-05 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
/1/statuses/user_timeline would do that. Tom Sent from my iPhone On Jan 5, 2011, at 4:38 PM, bin qin bink...@gmail.com wrote: Thanks. But if the search API only return latest 7 days tweets, Since this date should be limit to between today to 7 day defore in this page

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Error starting today

2011-01-05 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
oauth_timestamp (your oauth library probably does that) is also a timestamp. Verify that your server's time is right. If possible, sync via ntp. Tom Sent from my iPhone On Jan 5, 2011, at 11:35 PM, cootcraig cr...@coot.net wrote: There are no known issues with timestamps. What is the

Re: [twitter-dev] Beginner's trouble with OAuth (using Abraham's PHP library)

2011-01-04 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
You may like to know that you can make your server show errors by using either ini_set('display_errors', 'On'); or setting display_errors to On in your php.ini. Also check error_reporting, set it to E_ALL for optimal debugging. Tom On 1/4/11 6:47 AM, Dave The Happy Singer wrote: Aha!

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Search API and location

2011-01-04 Thread Tom van der Woerdt
Hi Sarah, I'm already a member. Thanks for the offer though :-) Tom On 1/4/11 3:45 PM, Sarah - DataSift wrote: Hi Tom, DataSift is still in closed Alpha but we have enabled a large number of users within the Alpha to date and will add additional users for the Beta so if you'd like early

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