[twitter-dev] Re: Lists API for Subscriptions

2009-11-18 Thread Nik Fletcher
I'd just add that we too are running into this for Socialite.app. The omission of lists that the user is following the in /user/lists/ subscriptions.format method means we can't offer a similar experience in-app to that found on Twitter.com If someone's already filed a request on this with

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Retweets - where are they placed on timeline

2009-11-18 Thread Dave Sherohman
On Tue, Nov 17, 2009 at 12:37:32PM -0800, Dewald Pretorius wrote: This collapsing behavior is far from ideal and will cause people with busy timelines to completely miss retweets. I disagree completely. If you have 57 retweets of the same status in your timeline, then all this duplicated,

[twitter-dev] Re: Login issues

2009-11-18 Thread artesea
Yup, basic auth on my server. I think however I might have found the culprit. Twitter Tools WP plugin still had my old password and may have been attempting to check my tweets. I've not had any problems since, but will let you know if it starts happening again. Ryan On Nov 17, 6:51 pm, Mark

[twitter-dev] Re: retweets vs mentions

2009-11-18 Thread twittme_mobi
So basically statuses/retweet results are included in statuses/ mention ? On Nov 17, 4:21 pm, Josh Roesslein jroessl...@gmail.com wrote: Mentions are any tweets that contain @yourscreenname in the tweet. Retweets are tweets that repeat a previously posted tweet (kind of like email

[twitter-dev] Re: Bad ssl certs on some servers for api.twitter.com/1 ?

2009-11-18 Thread Sal Conigliaro
Check here: http://groups.google.com/group/twitter-development-talk/browse_thread/thread/4e6a8b0c7d73d85 On Nov 17, 2:36 pm, Tim Haines tmhai...@gmail.com wrote: Hi Marcel, Thanks for following up on this. The bad cert responses I got were inconsistent.  Often it would work fine, so what

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: retweets vs mentions

2009-11-18 Thread Zac Bowling
By definition, mentions would contain the retweets because retweets contain @username in them. Twitter changing the current mentions stream to explicitly remove retweets would break the current functionality not be backward compatibility. Maybe you could add a feature request for a second

[twitter-dev] Retweets and the Public Timeline

2009-11-18 Thread Tyson Lowery
I've noticed that with the new retweet feature, retweets no longer appear in the user_timeline API calls. Is this intentional or is this a bug? If it is a bug, any ideas on the expected fix date? I noticed a lot of complaints about this searching on twitter (like hey, retweets don't show up in

[twitter-dev] Re: api.twitter.com SSL issue should be resolved now

2009-11-18 Thread Mageuzi
Thank you very much for the follow up! Will let you know if I encounter this problem again. On Nov 17, 5:57 pm, Marcel Molina mar...@twitter.com wrote: After doing some righteous spelunking our ops team discovered a small misconfiguration that was very likely the culprit of the intermittent

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Login issues

2009-11-18 Thread Mark McBride
Excellent, just let me know. On Wed, Nov 18, 2009 at 2:56 AM, artesea ryancul...@gmail.com wrote: Yup, basic auth on my server. I think however I might have found the culprit. Twitter Tools WP plugin still had my old password and may have been attempting to check my tweets. I've not had any

[twitter-dev] Re: Lists API for Subscriptions

2009-11-18 Thread TheGuru
+1 Looking to integrate lists into my application as well, and have been beating my head into the wall trying to figure out how to get all lists subscribed in a single call, both user created (public or private) and subscribed to. Right now, it seems the only way is through multiple calls. On

Re: [twitter-dev] Retweets and the Public Timeline

2009-11-18 Thread Marcel Molina
They are intentionally removed from the user_timeline. On Wed, Nov 18, 2009 at 9:11 AM, Tyson Lowery tysonlow...@gmail.com wrote: I've noticed that with the new retweet feature, retweets no longer appear in the user_timeline API calls.  Is this intentional or is this a bug?   If it is a bug,

[twitter-dev] Message curl

2009-11-18 Thread dimi
Hello, sorry for my english :) I try to run this command on my server : curl http://twitter.com/statuses/update.xml -u login: -d status=My message on http://www.url.com/index.php?p=homeid=10; but the url is cut near the The result on twitter is : My message on

Re: [twitter-dev] Message curl

2009-11-18 Thread shiplu
On Wed, Nov 18, 2009 at 1:50 PM, dimi dimitri.vib...@gmail.com wrote: Hello, sorry for my english :) I try to run this command on my server : curl http://twitter.com/statuses/update.xml -u login: -d status=My message on http://www.url.com/index.php?p=homeid=10; but the url is cut

[twitter-dev] Re: api.twitter.com SSL issue should be resolved now

2009-11-18 Thread Luiz
Hi Marcel, I changed to http://api.twitter.com and I still face the same error. Regards Luiz On 17 nov, 20:57, Marcel Molina mar...@twitter.com wrote: After doing some righteous spelunking our ops team discovered a small misconfiguration that was very likely the culprit of the intermittent

[twitter-dev] Search: detecting deleted tweets using since_id

2009-11-18 Thread George V. Reilly
I have a service that polls the Search API every few minutes. I'm passing since_id to pick up only new tweets since the last time that I polled. Let's say at time t1 I pick up a tweet X. At time t2, I'll poll with since_id=ID(X). If X has been deleted in the meantime, I can see no way to detect

[twitter-dev] Re: Blocked Users on Lists

2009-11-18 Thread Eric Woodward
How is it possible no one from Twitter would respond to this? --ejw Eric Woodward Email: e...@nambu.com On Nov 16, 10:03 am, Eric Woodward e...@nambu.com wrote: So, unless it has changed or I messed up test queries, users that I have blocked still appear in Lists timelines when I request

[twitter-dev] feature request: editing tweets

2009-11-18 Thread Olaf Doschke
I think it would make sense, if you allow deleting tweets and sending new ones, to also allow editing tweets. Even if you can't edit what has been forwarded to devices, in the web interface, desktop clients and smart devices this would make sense. Bye, Olaf.

[twitter-dev] Re: Blocked Users on Lists

2009-11-18 Thread @epc
Blocking prevents the blocked user from viewing your tweets in their timeline. It does not prevent you from viewing their tweets. From my testing during the beta period, if you block a twitter id, then your tweets will not appear in any lists that that id subscribes to. However you will still

[twitter-dev] Truncating status update at single quote

2009-11-18 Thread Thom Allen
I am trying to update my twitter status using curl and this code: shell_exec('curl http://twitter.com/statuses/update.'.$format.' -u '. $username.':'.$password.' -d status='.$title.''); The variable $title has this string Why can't I win!. When I look for the post in my stream, this is the text

[twitter-dev] Streaming API

2009-11-18 Thread briantroy
I have a question about the streaming API. I am currently whitelisted for the standard search API on several IP addresses. I'd like to begin moving to the streaming API (at least to test) but am blocked by the one connection per account limit. Is there a way to be whitelisted (by IP or

[twitter-dev] Re: Streaming API

2009-11-18 Thread John Kalucki
There's no need to open a connection per user. You should demultiplex the messages from a single connection or from a very small number of connections. See http://groups.google.com/group/twitter-development-talk/browse_frm/thread/4090d5a49bf32a2e/545d9d9c5a662a41?lnk=gstq=hash#545d9d9c5a662a41

[twitter-dev] Re: Streaming API

2009-11-18 Thread briantroy
Had a feeling that would be the response. How long will the current polling search API be alive (and supported)? The demultiplexing of the status messages prevents a simple migration path - as a matter of fact it requires a completely new architecture for our collection from Twitter. As (or more)

[twitter-dev] Lists now have descriptions

2009-11-18 Thread Marcel Molina
You can now add a description to a list. The resources for creating and updating a list via the API now supports a description parameter and list payloads will include it as well. All the relevant documentation should be updated to reflect these additions:

[twitter-dev] Re: Retweets and the Public Timeline

2009-11-18 Thread Tyson Lowery
Thanks for the response. Is there a way to get them without authentication? On Nov 18, 10:43 am, Marcel Molina mar...@twitter.com wrote: They are intentionally removed from the user_timeline. On Wed, Nov 18, 2009 at 9:11 AM, Tyson Lowery tysonlow...@gmail.com wrote: I've noticed that

[twitter-dev] List creation updated (needs description param)

2009-11-18 Thread David
I've been using the List api in my app, and just noticed that the POST method to /:user/lists.:format returned the correct response, but didn't actually create a list. I've been following this api document: http://apiwiki.twitter.com/Twitter-REST-API-Method:-POST-lists What I did notice was

[twitter-dev] Re: Issue while implementing Twitter's OAuth

2009-11-18 Thread Tyson Lowery
Venkat, I'm new at this as well. I tried that code and didn't have much luck, I decided to go with this code instead which I personally found easier to work with: http://wiki.github.com/jmathai/twitter-async Tyson On Nov 17, 9:21 am, Venkatesh venki.onm...@gmail.com wrote: Hi All,    Am new

[twitter-dev] Retweet count in status

2009-11-18 Thread Remy Sharp
I'm not sure if this has been covered already, so if it has please point me in the right direction (had a quick search too). Once piece of really valuable information on the user timeline against each status would be the retweet count. Obviously doing this ourselves via API calls could be

[twitter-dev] Handle X-RateLimit-Reset

2009-11-18 Thread shiplu
how do I handle X-RateLimit-Reset header?? If its in UTC, I'll take the current time from my system then convert it to UTC. Then wait the difference time. Is it? Something like following, $wait_time = $header['X-RateLimit-Reset'] - gmmktime(); sleep($wait_time); -- A K M Mokaddim

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Lists now have descriptions

2009-11-18 Thread Marcel Molina
I've forwarded this along to our i18n team to see what they say. On Wed, Nov 18, 2009 at 4:54 PM, JinS thesimp...@gmail.com wrote: it's great! however it seems cannot accept other asian languages such as Korean. On Nov 19, 11:21 am, Marcel Molina mar...@twitter.com wrote: You can now add a

Re: [twitter-dev] Retweet count in status

2009-11-18 Thread Marcel Molina
It's on the todo list. On Wed, Nov 18, 2009 at 4:55 PM, Remy Sharp r...@leftlogic.com wrote: I'm not sure if this has been covered already, so if it has please point me in the right direction (had a quick search too). Once piece of really valuable information on the user timeline against

Re: [twitter-dev] List creation updated (needs description param)

2009-11-18 Thread Marcel Molina
The description parameter is not required to create a list. On Wed, Nov 18, 2009 at 3:57 PM, David dch...@gmail.com wrote: I've been using the List api in my app, and just noticed that the POST method to /:user/lists.:format returned the correct response, but didn't actually create a list.

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Retweets and the Public Timeline

2009-11-18 Thread Marcel Molina
I don't believe so. Are you working on a javascript widget that makes authentication hard? Why do you want to access it without authenticating? On Wed, Nov 18, 2009 at 1:29 PM, Tyson Lowery tysonlow...@gmail.com wrote: Thanks for the response. Is there a way to get them without authentication?

[twitter-dev] Re: Lists now have descriptions

2009-11-18 Thread JinS
that's great! however, it seems cannot accept other asian languages such as Korean. On Nov 19, 11:21 am, Marcel Molina mar...@twitter.com wrote: You can now add a description to a list. The resources for creating and updating a list via the API now supports a description parameter and list

[twitter-dev] Re: Empty reply from server on Streaming API?

2009-11-18 Thread Jim DeLaHunt
Just to close the loop on my issue: I got some off-list help, Twitter investigated, and it turns out my IP address had been blacklisted in error. The blacklisting is removed, and I'm back in business. I must say it's nice that I could ask a question on this list, and get pretty much immediate

[twitter-dev] Handling rate limit

2009-11-18 Thread Guru
Hi, In my application I will recieve 100's of statusId as input and with the statusId I need to find the user who posted it and other information about the status. So, I use postedToAccScName = vzTwitter.showStatus (lMessageSourceId).getScreenName(); to get the screenName Unfortunately, because of

[twitter-dev] Re: Retweets and the Public Timeline

2009-11-18 Thread Jeffrey
Not having retweets in the user_timeline represents a loss of functionality. With user_timeline you can get the tweets of any user using the id parameter, but there is no way to get the tweets of another user using home_timeline without being authenticated *as that user*. So this limits the

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Retweets and the Public Timeline

2009-11-18 Thread Marcel Molina
That's a compelling point. I need to think about it. We're stripping retweets out of user_timeline because clients that don't implement retweet have the (likely) potential of creating a very confusing experience for users. Removing retweets from the user_timeline at the time seemed fine because

[twitter-dev] Getting HTTP Code 503 Search Errors every 15 minutes

2009-11-18 Thread Greg
Well the title explains it all. Every 15 minutes - my app gets 503 errors from the search api. Now reading the the documentation - this would indicate a rate limit for Search - which is impossible due to the whitelist for my IP. The Whitelist provides 20,000 API for a hour - we make about 360 API

Re: [twitter-dev] Handling rate limit

2009-11-18 Thread JDG
can you whitelist your IP? On Wed, Nov 18, 2009 at 19:05, Guru mp.gurucha...@gmail.com wrote: Hi, In my application I will recieve 100's of statusId as input and with the statusId I need to find the user who posted it and other information about the status. So, I use postedToAccScName =

[twitter-dev] Re: Streaming API

2009-11-18 Thread John Kalucki
I wouldn't depend on Search returning high-throughput full-corpus results forever. Its eventual value is in providing relevance and ranking, just as every other search engine offers (Google, Bing, Y!, etc. etc.). I'm unaware of any firm dates, but this is overall story arc. Automated repetitive

[twitter-dev] Re: List creation updated (needs description param)

2009-11-18 Thread Naveen
We are seeing this issue as well.. We create a list with: http://apiwiki.twitter.com/Twitter-REST-API-Method%3A-POST-lists This is returning all valid data with an id for the list, which indicates it was successfully created.. However when we try to get status for the list it is returning 404

Re: [twitter-dev] Getting HTTP Code 503 Search Errors every 15 minutes

2009-11-18 Thread Mark McBride
There are three different rate limits that apply to API usage 1) Your IP rate limit (used when making unauthenticated calls) 2) Your account rate limit (used when making authenticated calls) 3) Your search rate limit (used when making search calls) This is covered in the wiki, but it isn't

[twitter-dev] Re: List creation updated (needs description param)

2009-11-18 Thread Rich
I can confirm this too, the lists are not being created without a description On Nov 19, 4:13 am, Naveen knig...@gmail.com wrote: We are seeing this issue as well.. We create a list with:http://apiwiki.twitter.com/Twitter-REST-API-Method%3A-POST-lists This is returning all valid data with