[twitter-dev] Re: Case is wrong in GeoRSS

2009-10-08 Thread stevenic
no worries... it is a bit confusing... as I said I'm looking for both in my code so either is ok. But others are probably looking for georss:Point so you may just want to send a notification when you change it... On Oct 7, 10:08 am, Raffi Krikorian ra...@twitter.com wrote: hi steve. you're

[twitter-dev] Re: whitelisting process?

2009-10-08 Thread Chad Etzel
Hi Edwin, The process can take up to a week, but it is usually sooner than that. However, it seems like everyone and their brother now thinks they need whitelisting for their use-case, so the number of applications per day has been growing dramatically. We'll get to it, have no fear. -Chad On

[twitter-dev] Re: Accessing twitter.com on Windows CE devices (not Windows Mobile)

2009-10-08 Thread Andrew Badera
If you're writing custom code, simply set the user-agent header yourself. If you're stuck in IE6 for WinCE, and it's just you, I think there are registry settings you can hack. If you have wider distribution, you might be out of luck. I think this issue has been raised previously however. A fix

[twitter-dev] problem in adding follow in twitter from my tool

2009-10-08 Thread kiran kumar
Hi, I getting problem is,i like to add bulk of followers but i not that all followers adding.I worked on php by using cURL functions.and i use add follower by using http://twitter.com/friendships/create.xml?screen_name=follower's username.plz help to solve my problem.

[twitter-dev] Authentication Header

2009-10-08 Thread Olaf Doschke
I'm developing yet another API binding based on the MsXml2.XmlHttp class (aka XMLHttpRequest in AJAX for IE), it's an API for desktop clients I use the workflow described in http://apiwiki.twitter.com/Sign-in-with-Twitter to authenticate via OAuth with PIN. All works fine up to retrieving the

[twitter-dev] Re: Search API Rate limiting - App Engine (again)

2009-10-08 Thread steel
I have solved a problem like that: While I receive an error 503 - my application continue knocking to twitter with query. Everything works ;)

[twitter-dev] Re: Problem with Twitter show_user request

2009-10-08 Thread Abraham Williams
The Search API has different user_ids then the REST API. You will have to use the screen_name when performing the users/show method. Abraham On Thu, Oct 8, 2009 at 00:30, ArnieLapinig arnie.lapi...@gmail.com wrote: Hello, Hello, Just started developing a Twitter app... I'm using a php

[twitter-dev] Twitter Apps with Rails - best way to transfer data to db/ActiveRecord?

2009-10-08 Thread Bjoern
Hi, I am struggling a bit to find an elegant way to transfer the data from the API calls to my models and save them in my database. Was wondering if anybody would be willing to share their ideas? I am not very experienced with Rails yet. Atm. I figure the parsed JSON is a hash like parameters

[twitter-dev] Authenticate with Twitter - impossible? (Without giving access to account)

2009-10-08 Thread Bjoern
Hi, just wondering if I read this right: while OAuth provides a way to give a 3rd party access to an account without the password, it does not provide a way to simply establish the identity of a Twitter user, without giving away the rights? The only reason I would need access to the account is

[twitter-dev] Re: Authenticate with Twitter - impossible? (Without giving access to account)

2009-10-08 Thread ryan alford
An OAuth client can either have Read-only access or Read/Write access to an account. So this gives the ability to read statuses/friends withou having the ability to post. On Oct 8, 2009, at 5:43 AM, Bjoern bjoer...@googlemail.com wrote: Hi, just wondering if I read this right: while OAuth

[twitter-dev] Re: Authenticate with Twitter - impossible? (Without giving access to account)

2009-10-08 Thread Andrew Badera
Sign-in with Twitter with Read access only? ∞ Andy Badera ∞ +1 518-641-1280 ∞ This email is: [ ] bloggable [x] ask first [ ] private ∞ Google me: http://www.google.com/search?q=andrew%20badera On Thu, Oct 8, 2009 at 5:43 AM, Bjoern bjoer...@googlemail.com wrote: Hi, just wondering if I

[twitter-dev] Re: Authenticate with Twitter - impossible? (Without giving access to account)

2009-10-08 Thread ryan alford
While I haven't used the Sign-In-With-Twitter, I would assume it still uses the same OAuth system, which allows either read-only or read/ write access. I could be wrong though. On Oct 8, 2009, at 6:20 AM, Andrew Badera and...@badera.us wrote: Sign-in with Twitter with Read access only? ∞

[twitter-dev] Re: Authenticate with Twitter - impossible? (Without giving access to account)

2009-10-08 Thread Andrew Badera
Right ... ad? We both essentially said almost the same thing at the same time ... ∞ Andy Badera ∞ +1 518-641-1280 ∞ This email is: [ ] bloggable [x] ask first [ ] private ∞ Google me: http://www.google.com/search?q=andrew%20badera On Thu, Oct 8, 2009 at 6:25 AM, ryan alford

[twitter-dev] Re: Authenticate with Twitter - impossible? (Without giving access to account)

2009-10-08 Thread Bjoern
On Oct 8, 12:20 pm, Andrew Badera and...@badera.us wrote: Sign-in with Twitter with Read access only? So this is a parameter I can pass when requesting the authentication token, and the user will see that I am requesting read only access? Guess I overlooked that one. Thanks! Björn

[twitter-dev] Re: Authenticate with Twitter - impossible? (Without giving access to account)

2009-10-08 Thread Andrew Badera
Sign-in-with-Twitter: http://apiwiki.twitter.com/Sign-in-with-Twitter Read-only access is a setting you set when you register the app with Twitter. ∞ Andy Badera ∞ +1 518-641-1280 ∞ This email is: [ ] bloggable [x] ask first [ ] private ∞ Google me:

[twitter-dev] Re: Authenticate with Twitter - impossible? (Without giving access to account)

2009-10-08 Thread ryan alford
Here is a screenshot of the bottom of the OAuth Application Registration page. http://img43.imageshack.us/img43/6936/108200974258am.png On Thu, Oct 8, 2009 at 7:01 AM, Andrew Badera and...@badera.us wrote: Sign-in-with-Twitter: http://apiwiki.twitter.com/Sign-in-with-Twitter Read-only

[twitter-dev] Re: How to check if user is followed?

2009-10-08 Thread twittme_mobi
Hi Tomas, you are absolutely right but i am considering caching in a different task that i am doing.. Thanks! On Oct 7, 12:36 pm, Thomas Hübner thueb...@gmx.de wrote: If you unfollow or follow or block you get an user xml back from Api - is it to difficult to remove or add the returned id

[twitter-dev] Twitter rate limit for statuses/show

2009-10-08 Thread Aid
I'm confused about how twitter handles rate limiting. I've got myself whitelisted so I can do 2 requests per hour, however whenever I try to use statuses/show, I am limited to 150. I've written a little app to try and figure this out. The output is below. You can see that my rate is 2

[twitter-dev] Re: At Symbol (@) in Twitter Search

2009-10-08 Thread Karthik Murugan
This is strange. Did you also notice that for Non-English tweets returned from http://twitter.com/#search?q=%40, the user names are decorated with links to their profile pages? Well, Twitter doesn't index symbols like @ # $ ^. If you'd like to gather the tweets containing references to twitter

[twitter-dev] Re: At Symbol (@) in Twitter Search

2009-10-08 Thread Nick
Karthik - I'm not sure what you mean by decorated - the names do hyperlink to the profile pages. But typically, I think the @ being found is within the tweet content. All of these non-english tweets either have the @ symbol alone, or they contain a mention. I've looked through a lot of the API

[twitter-dev] Re: At Symbol (@) in Twitter Search

2009-10-08 Thread Chad Etzel
Currently there is no way to do wildcard/substring/fuzzy searching. Only exact tokens are searchable. I agree this is somewhat limiting, but otherwise the searching/indexing performance would suffer horribly. -Chad On Thu, Oct 8, 2009 at 10:18 AM, Nick t2then...@gmail.com wrote: Karthik - I'm

[twitter-dev] is there a search request limit in place?

2009-10-08 Thread Rodney
Hi there, I'm currently in New Orleans attending a tradeshow (SGIA) and I setup a site that would stream live tweets from people talking about the tradeshow at http://t-shirt.sc It used to show the latest posts pretty quickly after they were posted, but when I look at the site now, I don't see

[twitter-dev] Conversation methods - Twitoaster API

2009-10-08 Thread Arnaud Meunier
Guess it might interest some of you; I just made public the Twitoaster API ( http://twitoaster.com/api/ ). Using the same model as the Twitter one, it brings the following methods: - conversation/show: Returns the whole conversation (max 200 tweets) containing the requested tweet. -

[twitter-dev] Pulling Profile Images Over HTTPS

2009-10-08 Thread Dewald Pretorius
Running SSL encryption on one's site and displaying Twitter profile images is causing a lot of grief for people who use Internet Explorer. They constantly get that pop-up box that tells them there are insecure elements on the page, and it is because profile images currently cannot be pulled from

[twitter-dev] Re: is there a search request limit in place?

2009-10-08 Thread Chad Etzel
My FireBug shows that it is pulling the most recent tweets from the Search API, but the page itself is not displaying them if there are new tweets. Also, the livetwitter jquery pluging or whatever is driving it is not using the since_id parameter... so it might upset the search team when it is

[twitter-dev] Re: Pulling Profile Images Over HTTPS

2009-10-08 Thread Dewald Pretorius
It is also causing me grief in Firefox, because it's preventing Firefox from displaying the user-comforting blue secured section to the left of the address bar. Dewald

[twitter-dev] Re: Pulling Profile Images Over HTTPS

2009-10-08 Thread Chad Etzel
There is a workaround for this from an earlier thread: In order to accomplish retrieving the assets over ssl to avoid security warnings in browsers, you will need to replace http://a1.twimg.com/ (or a2, a3, ...etc) with https://s3.amazonaws.com/twitter_production/ in your example:

[twitter-dev] friends_timeline home_timeline broken

2009-10-08 Thread Rich
Errm it looks like the friends_timeline and home_timeline are broken, search seems to confirm this too. Basically I and many others have had no Tweets appear here for over an hour, yet I know 100% that there are users on my feed that have tweeted. Any news?

[twitter-dev] Re: Pulling Profile Images Over HTTPS

2009-10-08 Thread Dewald Pretorius
Chad, Thanks. That works for me. Dewald On Oct 8, 12:22 pm, Chad Etzel c...@twitter.com wrote: There is a workaround for this from an earlier thread: In order to accomplish retrieving the assets over ssl to avoid security warnings in browsers, you will need to replace

[twitter-dev] Re: friends_timeline home_timeline broken

2009-10-08 Thread Cameron Kaiser
Errm it looks like the friends_timeline and home_timeline are broken, search seems to confirm this too. Basically I and many others have had no Tweets appear here for over an hour, yet I know 100% that there are users on my feed that have tweeted. Echoing this. I'm seeing this also. --

[twitter-dev] Re: friends_timeline home_timeline broken

2009-10-08 Thread stephane
Echo, you are not alone Stephane @sphilipakis http://www.twazzup.com On Oct 8, 5:39 pm, Cameron Kaiser spec...@floodgap.com wrote: Errm it looks like the friends_timeline and home_timeline are broken, search seems to confirm this too. Basically I and many others have had no Tweets appear

[twitter-dev] Re: friends_timeline home_timeline broken

2009-10-08 Thread Ryan Sarver
Thanks for pinging the list with this and confirming a few people are seeing it. I will follow up internally to figure out what is going on and report back here. Thanks again, Ryan On Thu, Oct 8, 2009 at 8:45 AM, stephane stephane.philipa...@gmail.comwrote: Echo, you are not alone Stephane

[twitter-dev] Re: friends_timeline home_timeline broken

2009-10-08 Thread Rich
No problems, I think it's more than a few, try this search http://search.twitter.com/search?q=twitter+broken On Oct 8, 4:49 pm, Ryan Sarver rsar...@twitter.com wrote: Thanks for pinging the list with this and confirming a few people are seeing it. I will follow up internally to figure out

[twitter-dev] Re: friends_timeline home_timeline broken

2009-10-08 Thread Ryan Sarver
Ok, who broke Twitter? fess up... :) On Thu, Oct 8, 2009 at 8:54 AM, Rich rhyl...@gmail.com wrote: No problems, I think it's more than a few, try this search http://search.twitter.com/search?q=twitter+broken On Oct 8, 4:49 pm, Ryan Sarver rsar...@twitter.com wrote: Thanks for pinging the

[twitter-dev] Re: API for marking tweets seen

2009-10-08 Thread Neicole
Yup. And, related, I think it would be great to have a way to filter out repeat tweets in people's streams. I blogged about it just last week! http://nmc.itdevworks.com/?p=855 On Oct 7, 10:37 am, Josh Roesslein jroessl...@gmail.com wrote: Yes that would be a nice feature to have. A simple

[twitter-dev] Tweets ignored in search.twitter.com

2009-10-08 Thread Emídio Cunha
If an application publishes a tweet about 3 times a minute, will it be ignored in search.twitter.com ? what are the rules for this? If so, it renders any realtime update a large content site might have. Thanks Emidio

[twitter-dev] following and followers null

2009-10-08 Thread vj_varga
Hi, Today my following and followers change for null. vj_varga

[twitter-dev] Re: following and followers null

2009-10-08 Thread ryan alford
It seems that Twitter has been having some problems today. You also may notice that not tweets have been displaying for about 3 hours now. On Thu, Oct 8, 2009 at 12:26 PM, vj_varga daniel.va...@gmail.com wrote: Hi, Today my following and followers change for null. vj_varga

[twitter-dev] removal from your site

2009-10-08 Thread thomas cavanaugh
please remove my name and all other pertinent information from your site, thank you /s/thomas cavanaugh

[twitter-dev] Re: Accessing twitter.com on Windows CE devices (not Windows Mobile)

2009-10-08 Thread Pavlo Zahozhenko
Have you tried going straight to http://twitter.com/login ? it does not redirect to mobile version and should render in mobile IE6. On Thu, Oct 8, 2009 at 9:37 AM, Andrew Badera and...@badera.us wrote: If you're writing custom code, simply set the user-agent header yourself. If you're stuck

[twitter-dev] Re: Deprecation Notice: pagination on several methods is being replaced with cursoring on October 26, 2009

2009-10-08 Thread Kyle Mulka
Will the page parameter on /statuses/user_timeline (or on any of the other timeline methods) be deprecated as well? https://twitterapi.pbworks.com/Twitter-REST-API-Method%3A-statuses-user_timeline I've noticed a lot of failures on /statuses/user_timeline recently. Instead of the page parameter,

[twitter-dev] Account management app - suspended accounts

2009-10-08 Thread SuperCerial
HI, I've made an account management application and it's used on about 5 sites. It has been running just fine for months and months up until about week ago, when about 600 accounts were suspended - chunk at a time. Now some of these are individuals accounts, some are business accounts being

[twitter-dev] Re: Text Source. How can I change this?

2009-10-08 Thread Nik Fletcher
Hi Guys We've recently acquired a desktop application that uses the basic authentication to interact with the Twitter API. As we're renaming the application when it ships as 1.0, is there any way to *modify* an existing application's basic auth listing? Thanks! Nik

[twitter-dev] Getting 401 when twitter is hiccupping and tweet is sent...what to do?

2009-10-08 Thread kthom
How should I handle 401's not authorized when sending via oauth and its twitter hiccuping and not an actual NOT Authorized? The reason I know its not a true 401 is because the updates appear on the twitter profile, and then 30min or so later I receive the mobile notification.. When looking at my

[twitter-dev] Re: Getting 401 when twitter is hiccupping and tweet is sent...what to do?

2009-10-08 Thread kthom
It was my fault. :-) They key was coming back null, needed to update my db. thanks, -k On Oct 8, 11:57 am, kthom kapen...@gmail.com wrote: How should I handle 401's not authorized when sending via oauth and its twitter hiccuping and not an actual NOT Authorized? The reason I know its not a

[twitter-dev] Re: Search API Rate limiting - App Engine (again)

2009-10-08 Thread Akshar
Any other solutions available for app engine folks stuck out here? Please help! I'm noticing this exact problem as well. I'm making only a few requests per hour. I have tried setting the user-agent but it did not help. Akshar On Oct 6, 9:50 am, Chad Etzel c...@twitter.com wrote: Hi All,

[twitter-dev] Noise-tweet regex repository

2009-10-08 Thread Dave Briccetti
I detest tweets like these: just joined a video chat at http://xxx Make your own video chat at http://xxx #xxx just joined a twibe ... I am thinking of starting a repository of regular expressions matching noise-tweets like these, that Twitter clients could query via a Web Service, and the

[twitter-dev] Re: Noise-tweet regex repository

2009-10-08 Thread Dave Briccetti
Participating Twitter clients could have a “Noise” button to submit the tweet being read as a candidate for inclusion in the filtering.

[twitter-dev] Re: Accessing twitter.com on Windows CE devices (not Windows Mobile)

2009-10-08 Thread NaileBrotte
Thanks Andy, Changing the user agent is a possibility, although advertising that we are a mobile device sometimes has its advantages, like defaulting to Google's mobile page, which is a simpler, stripped down version. So as an OEM, it's a fine balance when deciding between which big web servers

[twitter-dev] Re: Accessing twitter.com on Windows CE devices (not Windows Mobile)

2009-10-08 Thread NaileBrotte
Thanks Pavlo, I tried, but it doesn't make a difference, despite sending a filename index.html, the page served is still flagged as application/xhtml+xml and coming from m.twitter.com And this is something wget can confirm. $ wget -U Windows CE twitter.com/login/ --2009-10-09 10:46:55--

[twitter-dev] Multiple language support for your Twitter application

2009-10-08 Thread Marcel Molina
Over on the main Twitter blog we've just announced that we'll be translating the site into French, Italian, Spanish and German soon, with more languages to come later (http://bit.ly/LIa4C). We figured a lot of folks building apps on the Twitter Platform might be interested in providing their

[twitter-dev] Have you read the OneForty.com Developer Contract?

2009-10-08 Thread brad...@squeejee.com
There has been a lot of buzz around OneForty.com and what it will mean for all of us Twitter app developers. However, some of the things in their developer contract (that you have to agree to in order to claim your application on their side) gave us (Squeejee) pause after we decided to read the

[twitter-dev] Re: Have you read the OneForty.com Developer Contract?

2009-10-08 Thread Dewald Pretorius
There's another thread here http://bit.ly/Owfvd where the developer contract also raised some eyebrows. Dewald On Oct 8, 7:25 pm, brad...@squeejee.com brad...@praexis.com wrote: There has been a lot of buzz around OneForty.com and what it will mean for all of us Twitter app developers.

[twitter-dev] Re: Noise-tweet regex repository

2009-10-08 Thread Dewald Pretorius
I think it might be a better idea to publish the regex code somewhere, so that developers can directly include it in their apps if they want to. If you provide a web service, can I send my users to your email address or support system if your regexs reject their tweets as false positives? ;-) I

[twitter-dev] Re: Show off your programming skills and develop custom components

2009-10-08 Thread Sam Street
Sounds interesting as a side project for me. Thanks On Oct 8, 4:43 pm, Avi Hein (Conduit) avi.h...@conduit.com wrote: Are you up to the challenge? Conduit, a SaaS platform that any web publisher can use to offer content and applications to users across the World Wide Web, has launched the

[twitter-dev] Re: Noise-tweet regex repository

2009-10-08 Thread Sam Street
It's a nice idea. I'd go ahead with it - but also release the regex publicly. Apps make enough external requests as it is On Oct 9, 12:14 am, Dewald Pretorius dpr...@gmail.com wrote: I think it might be a better idea to publish the regex code somewhere, so that developers can directly include

[twitter-dev] Re: Search API Rate limiting - App Engine (again)

2009-10-08 Thread Akshar
http://apiwiki.twitter.com/Rate-limiting states that for cloud platforms like Google App Engine, applications without a static IP addresses cannot receive Search whitelisting. Does that mean there is no way to avoid getting HTTP 503 response codes to search requests from app engine? On Oct 8,

[twitter-dev] Re: Multiple language support for your Twitter application

2009-10-08 Thread Doug Tangren
If anyone is interested, I have a small contribution I wrote a while back (http://softprops.github.com/bird-speak/). It's a bookmarklet that reads the lang attribute of the html tag on twitter.com and asks googles translate api to translate all of the tweets on the current page into that

[twitter-dev] Re: Have you read the OneForty.com Developer Contract?

2009-10-08 Thread brad...@squeejee.com
wow, somehow managed to totally miss that thread... thanks! On Oct 8, 6:07 pm, Dewald Pretorius dpr...@gmail.com wrote: There's another thread herehttp://bit.ly/Owfvdwhere the developer contract also raised some eyebrows. Dewald On Oct 8, 7:25 pm, brad...@squeejee.com brad...@praexis.com

[twitter-dev] Re: Noise-tweet regex repository

2009-10-08 Thread Amitab
This is something very useful. At Twaller.com we use filtering based on dictionary words, these words include http, www, com etc. and also abusive words. However the lists of such words keeps on growing and recently we have also added RT to it since there are too many retweets which dont add

[twitter-dev] Re: Search API Rate limiting - App Engine (again)

2009-10-08 Thread Abraham Williams
Pretty much. You have limited options: 1) Run your Search API requests through a proxy where you will have exclusive access to the IP. 2) Wait for V2 of the Twitter API where the REST and Search APIs get combined so you can have authenticated search queries. 3) Hope Twitter slaps some duct tape on

[twitter-dev] Get list of messages

2009-10-08 Thread monkeyvu
Hi all, I want to get the list of status messages that I posted to Twitter but I can't find the API to do that. Anyone knows this? Please help me. Thanks very much,

[twitter-dev] Re: Have you read the OneForty.com Developer Contract?

2009-10-08 Thread Duane Roelands
I read it, and I was horrified. So, I logged into IRC and found two members of the OneForty development team. I asked them to remove my application from the directory. They refused. OneForty is not a developer-friendly platform. On Oct 8, 7:44 pm, brad...@squeejee.com brad...@praexis.com

[twitter-dev] Re: Get list of messages

2009-10-08 Thread JDG
don't you mean http://apiwiki.twitter.com/Twitter-REST-API-Method%3A-statuses-user_timeline On Thu, Oct 8, 2009 at 19:17, monkeyvu phamanhvu101...@gmail.com wrote: Hi all, I want to get the list of status messages that I posted to Twitter but I can't find the API to do that. Anyone knows

[twitter-dev] Re: Have you read the OneForty.com Developer Contract?

2009-10-08 Thread David Neubauer
Yeah I just saw that, they're sticking to there guns. On Oct 8, 6:24 pm, Duane Roelands duane.roela...@gmail.com wrote: I read it, and I was horrified.  So, I logged into IRC and found two members of the OneForty development team.  I asked them to remove my application from the directory.

[twitter-dev] Join the Wave

2009-10-08 Thread Abraham Williams
I've created a Twitter API Development Talk Wave on Google Wave. Come join in the fun: https://wave.google.com/wave/#restored:wave:googlewave.com!w%252B6vkwQQ_AA Abraham -- Abraham Williams | Community Evangelist | http://web608.org Hacker | http://abrah.am | http://twitter.com/abraham

[twitter-dev] Re: Have you read the OneForty.com Developer Contract?

2009-10-08 Thread Andrew Badera
All else aside ... lawyers complicate things? Maybe, but you don't launch a product/platform and expect commitment from outside parties until YOU are happy with what YOUR lawyers have produced and thus YOU are offering to the outside world. There's no defense for a questionable contract. You

[twitter-dev] Re: Have you read the OneForty.com Developer Contract?

2009-10-08 Thread Michael Ivey
You could argue that it's a closed beta, so it's for finding this stuff out...but yeah, I agree with you. I just know how these threads can snowball, and I want to share my experience that oneforty is made by good people. Don't like it, don't sign, and of course raise concerns, but I would hate

[twitter-dev] Re: Text Source. How can I change this?

2009-10-08 Thread Abraham Williams
Check out the OAuth FAQ: http://apiwiki.twitter.com/OAuth-FAQ Abraham On Tue, Sep 22, 2009 at 15:00, shapper mdmo...@gmail.com wrote: Hello, I am using a C# library to publish in my Twitter account from my CMS. The problem is that the source in my twitter text is the name of this library.

[twitter-dev] Re: Text Source. How can I change this?

2009-10-08 Thread Abraham Williams
Try emailing a...@twitter.com. Not sure if they will change it but it is your best shot. Abraham On Thu, Oct 8, 2009 at 10:19, Nik Fletcher nik.fletc...@gmail.com wrote: Hi Guys We've recently acquired a desktop application that uses the basic authentication to interact with the Twitter

[twitter-dev] Re: Account management app - suspended accounts

2009-10-08 Thread Abraham Williams
Twitter's spam flagging system is an ever-changing trade secret. It is unlikely that you will get a direct answer. Have the 600 account holders contact Twitter support and hopefully they will get re-enabled quickly. Abraham On Thu, Oct 8, 2009 at 09:59, SuperCerial s...@cyberdyneseo.com wrote:

[twitter-dev] Re: Tweets ignored in search.twitter.com

2009-10-08 Thread Abraham Williams
Generally any public Tweet that is not from a suspended/spam account will be searchable. Abraham On Thu, Oct 8, 2009 at 12:38, Emídio Cunha emidiojan...@gmail.com wrote: If an application publishes a tweet about 3 times a minute, will it be ignored in search.twitter.com ? what are the rules

[twitter-dev] Re: API for marking tweets seen

2009-10-08 Thread Abraham Williams
Al3x has talked about adding a curser to mark progress on this list before. So if you read through a bunch of statuses on you iPhone the last one you read will get stored and when you switch to your desktop app it starts displaying at that specific status. I have no idea if this feature is still

[twitter-dev] Re: Have you read the OneForty.com Developer Contract?

2009-10-08 Thread Dewald Pretorius
Andy, I agree with you whole-heartedly to the point of giving a standing ovation and a one-man Mexican wave. I don't know the folks behind OneForty from the man in the moon and have no grounds to vouch for or question their honesty or integrity. But I do know this. When you express your

[twitter-dev] Re: Tweets ignored in search.twitter.com

2009-10-08 Thread Dewald Pretorius
Abraham, Reality is more nuanced than that. There is some flagging system in Twitter that prevents tweets from some accounts, which are otherwise normal in appearance, from being indexed by Twitter Search. I know because it happened to my personal account a few months ago. The reason given was

[twitter-dev] Re: Have you read the OneForty.com Developer Contract?

2009-10-08 Thread Brian Smith
Duane Roelands wrote: I read it, and I was horrified. So, I logged into IRC and found two members of the OneForty development team. I asked them to remove my application from the directory. They refused. OneForty is not a developer-friendly platform. That is unfortunate. If they

[twitter-dev] Re: Tweets ignored in search.twitter.com

2009-10-08 Thread Abraham Williams
That may or may not be why I said generally. Abraham On Thu, Oct 8, 2009 at 22:56, Dewald Pretorius dpr...@gmail.com wrote: Abraham, Reality is more nuanced than that. There is some flagging system in Twitter that prevents tweets from some accounts, which are otherwise normal in

[twitter-dev] Re: Have you read the OneForty.com Developer Contract?

2009-10-08 Thread Pistachio
Andrew us absolutely correct. I personally bear full responsibility for letting that flawed contract get into production, even on a beta. It was likewise my error of judgment to assume that the alpha testers had been fine with the proposed contract merely because we had not received adverse

[twitter-dev] Re: Have you read the OneForty.com Developer Contract?

2009-10-08 Thread brad...@squeejee.com
I am reposting the @oneforty response to my blog post here for the benefit of everyone: --- Hey everyone, thank you for taking the time to help us better understand and better serve the developer community. We read this and shared it with our investors,