[twitter-dev] Re: Announcing Twitterfall Reply Search service and API.

2009-08-26 Thread Sean P.
Very cool! I will definitely watch this project as it develops! On Aug 25, 7:50 am, x5315 red.ca...@gmail.com wrote: Have you ever seen your favourite celebrity ask a question, and you were wondering about the answer too? Or have you ever been taking part in a competition and been wondering

[twitter-dev] Re: Stop playing around with Source parameters

2009-08-26 Thread Costa Rica
Hello Twitter, Any official word on this apparent vulnerability around the Source parameter and cross site scripting? http://www.davidnaylor.co.uk/massive-twitter-cross-site-scripting-vulnerability.html TCI On Aug 22, 9:46 am, Chad Etzel jazzyc...@gmail.com wrote: Hi All, We did not intend

[twitter-dev] Re: Announcing Twitterfall Reply Search service and API.

2009-08-26 Thread Josh Roesslein
Nice work. I've been looking for something like this to query replies to a given tweet. Always thought it would be nice if twitter supported this in their API. On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 1:19 AM, Sean P. seantpa...@gmail.com wrote: Very cool! I will definitely watch this project as it develops!

[twitter-dev] Re: get the id's of twitter users who have authenticated with OAuth?

2009-08-26 Thread Duane Roelands
Doing it without the express, explicit consent of the user is sneaky. It's also likely to get your application banned. If it's important to you to know who your users are, ask them to register. But it should always be opt-in. On Aug 25, 11:21 pm, JDG ghil...@gmail.com wrote: I fail to see how

[twitter-dev] Pass credentials to browser

2009-08-26 Thread balu reghu
Hi all, Can i pass my credentials to browser.I am working on a twitter application. On a click i am trying to show the twitter site. If i have the credentials with me.Can i make the user view his tweets without login (again) this is my code on a click Process.Start(@\Windows\iexplore.exe,

[twitter-dev] tweet_id[new] tweet_id[old] ?

2009-08-26 Thread Qcho
if tweet_id is the one that since_id in the search API uses then for all tweets tweet_id[new] tweet_id[old] or not?

[twitter-dev] Re: get the id's of twitter users who have authenticated with OAuth?

2009-08-26 Thread JDG
How could using JUST the screen name -- something that twitter explicitly provides to you -- possibliy get your application banned? I'm failing to see how something that is readily available that Twitter provides for identification purposes is so bad, and despite my respect for many of the

[twitter-dev] Re: Pass credentials to browser

2009-08-26 Thread Stuart
2009/8/26 balu reghu baluk...@gmail.com: Hi all, Can i pass my credentials to browser.I am working on a twitter application. On a click i am trying to show the twitter site. If i have the credentials with me.Can i make the user view his tweets without login (again) this is my code on a

[twitter-dev] Re: Is twitter down ???

2009-08-26 Thread stephane
Oauth seems down ... stephane @sphilipakis http://www.twazzup.com On Aug 25, 9:22 pm, Andrew Badera and...@badera.us wrote: status.twitter.com is rarely up to date or detailed. I've seen issues on the web the past 20 minutes or so. loading now though. On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 12:17 AM,

[twitter-dev] Need Help with the Russian Language

2009-08-26 Thread Syed Wajahat Ali
Hi, Me and my team developed a site that posts tweets on the twitter page of a client. These tweets are in Russian Language. The problem is that when we submit a tweet on the site in Russian, it displays correctly but when the same tweet is posted on the twitter page via the API, it gets messed

[twitter-dev] Re: Pass credentials to browser

2009-08-26 Thread Andrew Badera
Not HIS IP -- that's a client process there. That will be spread around individual client IPs, which being mobile are probably highly dynamic. ∞ Andy Badera ∞ This email is: [ ] bloggable [x] ask first [ ] private ∞ Google me: http://www.google.com/search?q=(andrew+badera)+OR+(andy+badera) On

[twitter-dev] Re: Pass credentials to browser

2009-08-26 Thread Andrew Badera
Actually ... IS that PocketIE, or is that Internet Explorer on a desktop? If desktop, why are you scraping the mobile page? On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 9:27 AM, Andrew Baderaand...@badera.us wrote: Not HIS IP -- that's a client process there. That will be spread around individual client IPs,

[twitter-dev] API Access from desktop and web applications using one application

2009-08-26 Thread Nore Gabbidon
Hi, I'm fairly new to Twitter, particularly Twitter development. I have a question: I have a desktop client application and a web application. I have created a twitter application for API access. Ideally, I would like to be able to give users access to Twitter from my desktop app and web app

[twitter-dev] Re: get the id's of twitter users who have authenticated with OAuth?

2009-08-26 Thread Duane Roelands
Here's the example: 1. You download my desktop Twitter client. 2. You install it and authorize it to your Twitter account. 3. -Without your consent or knowledge-, my Twitter client sends me your screen name. That's unethical. If you don't think so, go ahead and code that into your client and

[twitter-dev] Re: get the id's of twitter users who have authenticated with OAuth?

2009-08-26 Thread Cameron Kaiser
Here's the example: 1. You download my desktop Twitter client. 2. You install it and authorize it to your Twitter account. 3. -Without your consent or knowledge-, my Twitter client sends me your screen name. That's unethical. If you don't think so, go ahead and code that into your

[twitter-dev] Re: get the id's of twitter users who have authenticated with OAuth?

2009-08-26 Thread Duane Roelands
Quitter checks for updates, and like TTYtter it always asks permission and you can turn it off in the configuration menu. If your users have information that you want, ask them for it. If the information has value to you, offer something of value in return. On Aug 26, 11:02 am, Cameron Kaiser

[twitter-dev] Re: Pass credentials to browser

2009-08-26 Thread Joseph Cheek
it doesn't appear that he's scraping at all. he's just starting a process to show the user's twitter page and wants to have the user logged in already. Joseph Cheek jos...@cheek.com @cheekdotcom Andrew Badera wrote: Actually ... IS that PocketIE, or is that Internet Explorer on a desktop?

[twitter-dev] non json response

2009-08-26 Thread ben
Occassionally i get back a 200 status html response from the json search api which look like this, most times the same search works fine, it just happens occassionally: !DOCTYPE html PUBLIC -//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN http://www.w3.org/ TR/1999/REC-html401-19991224/strict.dtd !-- !DOCTYPE HTML

[twitter-dev] Re: non json response

2009-08-26 Thread Ryan Sarver
Ben, It's a known issue and we are trying to hunt it down. Can you please provide us with your source IP and an approximate time of when you saw it? Thanks, Ryan On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 7:00 AM, benben.apperr...@googlemail.com wrote: Occassionally i get back a 200 status html response from

[twitter-dev] Re: Pass credentials to browser

2009-08-26 Thread Josh Roesslein
How is that scrapping? He is just launching IE and pointing the browser at a twitter web page for viewing. As long as he does not parse that page for data and just uses it to display that's not scrapping. Now I don't think there is a legit way of passing login credentials, that the user will have

[twitter-dev] Re: heavy throttling by search.twitter.com API from GAE application

2009-08-26 Thread Paul Kinlan
Hi, Just a question, I am starting to see very heavy throttling to the Twitter Search API from the Google App engine. I am receiving 503's enhance your calm very frequently. I have a custom set User-Agent string and I am probably doing less than 1 search per second. It has been happening for a

[twitter-dev] Re: Pass credentials to browser

2009-08-26 Thread JDG
Yeah there is, albeit not a very nice one: You can do http://user:p...@site/ On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 09:24, Josh Roesslein jroessl...@gmail.com wrote: How is that scrapping? He is just launching IE and pointing the browser at a twitter web page for viewing. As long as he does not parse that

[twitter-dev] Re: get the id's of twitter users who have authenticated with OAuth?

2009-08-26 Thread JDG
I disagree. By granting the application access to my account, I tacitly accept the fact that they can access any information that the API provides. The API returns the user's screen name every time you fetch their posts. For crying out loud, a malicious app could go through and delete your last

[twitter-dev] Re: 408s - I'm receiving frequent 408 error messages today

2009-08-26 Thread bosher
Twitter, any update here? On Aug 25, 7:58 pm, David Crawford david.crawf...@gmail.com wrote: We've also received 408s today using the rest service.  These are mostly posts, but also requests for number of followers (sorry I'm not more specific writing this on behalf of the dev who does

[twitter-dev] Re: Stop playing around with Source parameters

2009-08-26 Thread John Adams
This was patched yesterday afternoon. -j On Aug 25, 2009, at 11:38 PM, Costa Rica wrote: Hello Twitter, Any official word on this apparent vulnerability around the Source parameter and cross site scripting? http://www.davidnaylor.co.uk/massive-twitter-cross-site-scripting-vulnerability.html

[twitter-dev] Re: get the id's of twitter users who have authenticated with OAuth?

2009-08-26 Thread Scott Haneda
I agree with your disagreement. The other day I was playing with a service that made a background. When I clicked done, I thought it would prompt me to save the image and I would be on my own to upload it into my account. That is not what happened. It auto replaced my background. I also

[twitter-dev] Re: Stop playing around with Source parameters

2009-08-26 Thread Dewald Pretorius
John, Not according to this post: http://www.davidnaylor.co.uk/twitter-exploit-still-works.html Dewald On Aug 26, 1:09 pm, John Adams j...@twitter.com wrote: This was patched yesterday afternoon. -j On Aug 25, 2009, at 11:38 PM, Costa Rica wrote: Hello Twitter, Any official word

[twitter-dev] Re: Get Followers information effectively

2009-08-26 Thread Abraham Williams
Try using statuses/followers: http://apiwiki.twitter.com/Twitter-REST-API-Method:-statuses followers This will return full user objects for all followers of the specific user. Abraham 2009/8/24 Marc Lacoursière m...@roosoft.com Is there a way to get that kind information but for all followers

[twitter-dev] Re: Statuses/destroy is returning 400 even though tweet is deleted sucessfully

2009-08-26 Thread Tom Nichols
+1 - I am experiencing the same problem. I'm running Twitter API requests as part of a unit test for my code (HTTPBuilder- http://groovy.codehaus.org/modules/http-builder/). This has always worked fine up until a couple weeks ago. Looks like there is a bug report here:

[twitter-dev] Re: Get Followers information effectively

2009-08-26 Thread Damon Clinkscales
On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 5:54 AM, Neilnei...@gmail.com wrote: I have an open enhancement request associated with this. http://code.google.com/p/twitter-api/issues/detail?id=917 They have said they are not going to be able to do this. It's noted in the bottom of the API v2 RoadMap document as

[twitter-dev] Streaming API -- Changes yesterday and today.

2009-08-26 Thread John Kalucki
Various significant changes have been made to the Streaming API yesterday, and further changes should be expected today. So far we haven't observed any increased failure rates. If you notice any new failure behavior today, please post on this thread immediately, or just @jkalucki. -John Kalucki

[twitter-dev] Re: get the id's of twitter users who have authenticated with OAuth?

2009-08-26 Thread Cameron Kaiser
I disagree. By granting the application access to my account, I tacitly accept the fact that they can access any information that the API provides. Fine. Do it to your users and see what they think about that. :) -- personal: http://www.cameronkaiser.com/

[twitter-dev] Re: Stange 401 Not Authorized

2009-08-26 Thread bosher
Ditto, I'm randomly getting 401 errors On Aug 26, 10:16 am, Jesse Stay jesses...@gmail.com wrote: I'm getting these pretty regularly on one of my servers as well.  Just sent Alex the HTTP response info and IP - hopefully we can figure out what's happening! Jesse On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at

[twitter-dev] Streaming API -- CHANGE REQUIRED -- URL rationalization

2009-08-26 Thread John Kalucki
The resources in the Streaming API have been rationalized. You'll need to update the URLs that streaming clients are using over the next two weeks. The old URLs will be deprecated on or after September 9, 2009. The change is documented in the Wiki:

[twitter-dev] Re: Stop playing around with Source parameters

2009-08-26 Thread jim.renkel
Hmm, using some command line test programs I've developed, I'm still getting 'rel=nofollow'. For example: -- Public timeline 20 statusses Status 0: from HandsomeSmokes, 35229362, Mula Smokes , Brooklyn

[twitter-dev] Re: Pass credentials to browser

2009-08-26 Thread jim.renkel
Fortunately, when I tried that it didn't work. Jim On Aug 26, 11:29 am, JDG ghil...@gmail.com wrote: Yeah there is, albeit not a very nice one: You can dohttp://user:p...@site/ On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 09:24, Josh Roesslein jroessl...@gmail.com wrote: How is that scrapping? He is just

[twitter-dev] Re: Streaming API -- CHANGE REQUIRED -- URL rationalization

2009-08-26 Thread Joel Strellner
When does this change go into effect? -Joel On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 12:06 PM, John Kalucki jkalu...@gmail.com wrote: The resources in the Streaming API have been rationalized. You'll need to update the URLs that streaming clients are using over the next two weeks. The old URLs will be

[twitter-dev] Socket closing getting user timeline?

2009-08-26 Thread Steve
I'm using the Apache HTTP Components to fetch data from Twitter and I've run across something weird. I'm requesting http://twitter.com/statuses/user_timeline.json for a given user, specifying the since_id parameter. The client starts recieving the data, but it stops at 2048 characters. As far

[twitter-dev] Re: API REST problem

2009-08-26 Thread onelix
thanks, i did that and it work perfect!. On Aug 25, 3:40 pm, natefanaro natefan...@gmail.com wrote: There are a few status updates on @cltag that are fairly similar. If you're posting the same tweet multiple times twitter will only accept the first tweet and ignore the rest. To test this add

[twitter-dev] Search for user API

2009-08-26 Thread Marc Andrews
I've scoured the API documentation, but to my surprise, can't find the answer... Does the API allow search for user by first name, last name, or screen name? I'm not interested in searching for tweets from or to a user, only in searching for user profiles matching the above criteria. Thanks,

[twitter-dev] Re: heavy throttling by search.twitter.com API from GAE application

2009-08-26 Thread Chad Etzel
Hi Paul, If you are sharing your IP with any other GAE twitter apps that are also doing search, then you are sharing the resource at that point. The limiting is by IP first, then user-agent. Also, 1 search per second is on the borderline of the normal rate-limit anyway, so I would try calling

[twitter-dev] General Twitter APIs question - query by application?

2009-08-26 Thread Shannon Clark
Hi all, This isn't specific to the app I'm building at the moment, but the recent thread on how to determine who is using your application reminded me of a general question I have about the APIs. Is there is an API call to return information about updates done via a given application? (i.e. the

[twitter-dev] Re: Search for user API

2009-08-26 Thread Kevin Mesiab
Use the search api On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 10:38 AM, Marc Andrewsbackcirc...@gmail.com wrote: I've scoured the API documentation, but to my surprise, can't find the answer... Does the API allow search for user by first name, last name, or screen name? I'm not interested in searching for

[twitter-dev] Re: Search for user API

2009-08-26 Thread Kevin Mesiab
http://apiwiki.twitter.com/Twitter-Search-API-Method%3A-search On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 10:51 AM, Kevin Mesiabke...@mesiablabs.com wrote: Use the search api On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 10:38 AM, Marc Andrewsbackcirc...@gmail.com wrote: I've scoured the API documentation, but to my surprise,

[twitter-dev] Re: Search for user API

2009-08-26 Thread Raffi Krikorian
hi marc. nope - we don't have a method that will let you do the equivalent of find people. I've scoured the API documentation, but to my surprise, can't find the answer... Does the API allow search for user by first name, last name, or screen name? I'm not interested in searching for

[twitter-dev] Re: get the id's of twitter users who have authenticated with OAuth?

2009-08-26 Thread J. Dale
Can't you just make the account/verify_credentials call and get back the stuff you need? On Aug 26, 11:08 am, Duane Roelands duane.roela...@gmail.com wrote: Quitter checks for updates, and like TTYtter it always asks permission and you can turn it off in the configuration menu. If your users

[twitter-dev] Re: Stange 401 Not Authorized

2009-08-26 Thread Cristovão Morgado
All my retry s are done some 100ms after the receiving the 401's. Another thing I've noticed is if I try to call the API for 2 users in the same instant I get a 401.. I avoid that separating call by some milliseconds... Otherwise all is fine (in 3 months I've posted 100.000 tweets) :) On Wed,

[twitter-dev] Re: Stange 401 Not Authorized

2009-08-26 Thread Chad Etzel
If you are sending calls at the same instant, make sure to use a different nonce value for the calls or things will certainly go goofy. -Chad 2009/8/26 Cristovão Morgado cristovao.morg...@gmail.com: All my retry s are done some 100ms after the receiving the 401's. Another thing I've noticed is

[twitter-dev] Re: Search for user API

2009-08-26 Thread Abraham Williams
Not yet. It is on the roadmap: http://apiwiki.twitter.com/V2-Roadmap#Users Abraham On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 15:38, Marc Andrews backcirc...@gmail.com wrote: I've scoured the API documentation, but to my surprise, can't find the answer... Does the API allow search for user by first name, last

[twitter-dev] Keep getting Invalid / used nonce, even with new nonce

2009-08-26 Thread Jason Martin
I'm always getting the Invalid / used nonce error, even though I am providing a new nonce. I am 100% sure my code works, because if I remove my user cache, and the screen pops up to log into Twitter, then I immediately go to the user's timeline in my app, and everything loads: followed

[twitter-dev] Re: Keep getting Invalid / used nonce, even with new nonce

2009-08-26 Thread Chad Etzel
Hi Jason, If you have traces of the HTTP request/responses that will help diagnose what is going on. -Chad On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 12:51 PM, Jason Martinlegos.j...@gmail.com wrote: I'm always getting the Invalid / used nonce error, even though I am providing a new nonce. I am 100% sure my

[twitter-dev] Re: Streaming API -- CHANGE REQUIRED -- URL rationalization

2009-08-26 Thread John Kalucki
This change went into effect at about 3pm PST Tuesday August 25th. On Aug 26, 12:30 pm, Joel Strellner j...@twitturly.com wrote: When does this change go into effect? -Joel On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 12:06 PM, John Kalucki jkalu...@gmail.com wrote: The resources in the Streaming API have

[twitter-dev] Re: Keep getting Invalid / used nonce, even with new nonce

2009-08-26 Thread Jason Martin
Anything specific you need to look at? Or do just want me to just paste in what's been sent and what's been received? - Jason On Aug 26, 2009, at 5:46 PM, Chad Etzel wrote: Hi Jason, If you have traces of the HTTP request/responses that will help diagnose what is going on. -Chad On

[twitter-dev] Re: General Twitter APIs question - query by application?

2009-08-26 Thread Kevin Mesiab
One could get started gathering these metrics by analyzing search queries in the vein of: feed://search.twitter.com/search.json?q=source:tweetdeck On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 7:03 AM, Shannon Clarkshannon.cl...@gmail.com wrote: Hi all, This isn't specific to the app I'm building at the moment,

[twitter-dev] Re: Keep getting Invalid / used nonce, even with new nonce

2009-08-26 Thread Chad Etzel
The request/response headers specifically, but the more info the better usually. -Chad On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 5:58 PM, Jason Martinlegos.j...@gmail.com wrote: Anything specific you need to look at? Or do just want me to just paste in what's been sent  and what's been received?  - Jason

[twitter-dev] Re: heavy throttling by search.twitter.com API from GAE application

2009-08-26 Thread Paul Kinlan
Hi Chad, Has this limit changed recently? I used to query it far more frequently from the app engine. Obviously, Google use a lot of different IP addresses so I presuming it can fluctuate. But over the last couple of days I have noticed far more that I used to get. If it is by IP first what is

[twitter-dev] White Listing Application

2009-08-26 Thread sctoy
I have applied to be white listed for authenticating Twitter Users and the response I received was: Thanks for requesting to be on Twitter's API whitelist. Unfortunately, we've rejected your request. Here's why: This was completely blank Please address the issues above and submit another

[twitter-dev] Re: General Twitter APIs question - query by application?

2009-08-26 Thread Chad Etzel
Hi Kevin, That query will fail. You must specify a query along with the source: operator to get any results. We realize this does not allow for a full result set of tweets from a source, but this limitation is in place to not crush the system. Thanks, -Chad On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 6:12 PM,

[twitter-dev] Re: Pass credentials to browser

2009-08-26 Thread Stuart
2009/8/26 JDG ghil...@gmail.com: Yeah there is, albeit not a very nice one: You can do http://user:p...@site/ That will only work with the API. The main site (and mobile site) uses session-based authentication, not basic. -Stuart -- http://stut.net/projects/twitter/ On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at

[twitter-dev] Re: Pass credentials to browser

2009-08-26 Thread Stuart
2009/8/26 Joseph Cheek jos...@cheek.com: it doesn't appear that he's scraping at all.  he's just starting a process to show the user's twitter page and wants to have the user logged in already. Quite right too - I didn't read it properly. Sorry. Unfortunately there's no way to automatically

[twitter-dev] Re: API: How do you find when someone started following you?

2009-08-26 Thread JDG
You can't On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 15:13, CWG craiggo...@gmail.com wrote: Is there any way through the API or alternate means to discover when your followers started following you? -- Internets. Serious business.

[twitter-dev] Re: White Listing Application

2009-08-26 Thread Chad Etzel
Hi Steve, It was discovered yesterday that recent whitelist rejections were going out without the reason attached (this is a big bummer). If you can tell me the username you used to submit the whitelist request I can lookup the reason and send it to you off-list. Thanks, -Chad On Wed, Aug 26,

[twitter-dev] twitter based message board

2009-08-26 Thread Peter Denton
Hello, Has anyone created a twitter account based message board? I am building out a service and want users to be able to post forum questions, etc form the app. Im not looking for anything special, just want them to be able to communicate after already authenticating with the system. Thought I

[twitter-dev] Re: API: How do you find when someone started following you?

2009-08-26 Thread Chad Etzel
Hi, No, there is currently no way to find this information through the API. If you have email notifications enabled then you could look at the timestamp thereof. Of course that only works for your personal accounts. Doing this on another user's behalf isn't possible through the API. -Chad On

[twitter-dev] Re: Keep getting Invalid / used nonce, even with new nonce

2009-08-26 Thread Jason Martin
Aright, here's one set of request/response headers: Request: { Authorization = OAuth realm='', oauth_consumer_key='tJdfiGin0BMT7Qugbj787g', oauth_signature_method='HMAC-SHA1', oauth_signature='J %2BgLcaHUvLolHv2eZdpDJWSzumM%3D', oauth_timestamp='1251325616',

[twitter-dev] Re: Pass credentials to browser

2009-08-26 Thread JDG
touche On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 16:06, Stuart stut...@gmail.com wrote: 2009/8/26 JDG ghil...@gmail.com: Yeah there is, albeit not a very nice one: You can do http://user:p...@site/ That will only work with the API. The main site (and mobile site) uses session-based authentication, not

[twitter-dev] Re: twitter based message board

2009-08-26 Thread Abraham Williams
You could set up a Drupal install and use my Sign in with Twitter module: http://github.com/abraham/sign-in-with-twitter/tree/master Abraham On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 17:58, Peter Denton petermden...@gmail.com wrote: Hello, Has anyone created a twitter account based message board? I am

[twitter-dev] Re: Keep getting Invalid / used nonce, even with new nonce

2009-08-26 Thread Chad Etzel
Hi Jason, The API endpoint and all other parameters sent with the request would be helpful. Thanks, -Chad On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 7:15 PM, Jason Martinlegos.j...@gmail.com wrote: Aright, here's one set of request/response headers: Request: {    Authorization = OAuth realm='',

[twitter-dev] Re: twitter based message board

2009-08-26 Thread Adam Shannon
While not a twitter message board, this system uses the authorized twitter username to allow users to post threads and reply to current threads. http://a.tinythread.com On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 5:58 PM, Peter Denton petermden...@gmail.comwrote: Hello, Has anyone created a twitter account based

[twitter-dev] Re: Streaming API -- CHANGE REQUIRED -- URL rationalization

2009-08-26 Thread Kevin Watters
Will the streaming API ever expose tweets from protected users?--or is it an infrastructure limitation that isn't going away anytime soon? Also, will we ever see the ability to get real time tweets based on search operators (http://search.twitter.com/operators)? On Aug 26, 3:06 pm, John Kalucki

[twitter-dev] Re: Search for user API

2009-08-26 Thread Marc Andrews
Thanks Abraham, that's the answer I was looking for. Appreciate it. Kevin, the search API is exactly what I don't want, but I appreciate you taking the time to make an attempt at answering. I'll get by with users/show?screen_name=... in the REST API. Thanks, -Marc On Aug 26, 1:45 pm, Abraham

[twitter-dev] blocks/exists q

2009-08-26 Thread Joseph Cheek
blocks/exists tells if i am blocking a user - is there a way to tell if a user is blocking me? Joseph Cheek jos...@cheek.com, www.cheek.com twitter: http://twitter.com/cheekdotcom

[twitter-dev] Re: twitter based message board

2009-08-26 Thread Joseph Cheek
You wrote one too? I wish I had known - I just wrote my own module for drupal auth with twitter credentials last week. www.cheek.com/downloads/Twitter_Auth I looked for a twitter auth module on drupal.org but didn't find yours. Oh well. It was a good learning experience 8-). Joseph Cheek

[twitter-dev] Re: Can someone suggest a VB.NET Twitter API Interface that works?

2009-08-26 Thread killacam1981
try replacing the space character with + so before setting your update something like this tweet = Replace(tweet, ,+) the problem you are having is probably related to url encoding of the transmitted message On Aug 13, 7:23 pm, catcalls g.obrzut3...@ntlworld.com wrote: Oh, the problem

[twitter-dev] Re: blocks/exists q

2009-08-26 Thread Cameron Kaiser
blocks/exists tells if i am blocking a user - is there a way to tell if a user is blocking me? No, and I would be very unhappy if such an operation existed. Stealth blocking should always be an option. -- personal: http://www.cameronkaiser.com/ --

[twitter-dev] Re: Socket closing getting user timeline?

2009-08-26 Thread Steve
On Aug 26, 3:49 pm, Steve eelstretch...@gmail.com wrote: I'm using the Apache HTTP Components to fetch data from Twitter and I've run across something weird.  I'm requestinghttp://twitter.com/statuses/user_timeline.jsonfor a given user, OK. Duh. Pilot error and I'm dumb. I blame the cold

[twitter-dev] Re: Socket closing getting user timeline?

2009-08-26 Thread Chad Etzel
Hi Steve, What was the solution? -Chad On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 11:07 PM, Steveeelstretch...@gmail.com wrote: On Aug 26, 3:49 pm, Steve eelstretch...@gmail.com wrote: I'm using the Apache HTTP Components to fetch data from Twitter and I've run across something weird.  I'm

[twitter-dev] Re: Streaming API -- CHANGE REQUIRED -- URL rationalization

2009-08-26 Thread JDG
I would hope they never expose protected tweets -- if they did, what would be ... you know, the point of it all? On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 17:02, Kevin Watters kevinwatt...@gmail.com wrote: Will the streaming API ever expose tweets from protected users?--or is it an infrastructure limitation

[twitter-dev] Best way to get tweets from me, to me, mentioning me

2009-08-26 Thread Scott Haneda
Hello, what is the best way to get tweets that are from me OR to me OR mentioning me? I have been playing with with search API: feed://search.twitter.com/search.atom?q=from:some_user+...@some_user I believe that does what I want, but was not sure if the search API is the best place to be

[twitter-dev] Re: Best way to get tweets from me, to me, mentioning me

2009-08-26 Thread Scott Haneda
Thanks. These users will be mobile, largely, and asking them to log in to see what will amount to comments is asking too much. This is more a add on feature that some may find value in. Looks like search it is. On Aug 26, 2009, at 9:41 PM, Raffi Krikorian wrote: if you were to allow

[twitter-dev] Re: twitter based message board

2009-08-26 Thread Peter Denton
very cool, thanks! On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 5:01 PM, Joseph Cheek jos...@cheek.com wrote: You wrote one too? I wish I had known - I just wrote my own module for drupal auth with twitter credentials last week. www.cheek.com/downloads/Twitter_Auth I looked for a twitter auth module on