[twitter-dev] statuses/update 403 error

2010-05-25 Thread akaii
There seem to be a variety of possible causes for getting an 403 error in responses to a calling statuses/update... you could be duplicating a tweet or hitting the update limit for an hour or for the day. How can you tell which one these errors actually occurred? The only 2 ways I can think of

[twitter-dev] Re: Twitter Platform blog post

2010-05-25 Thread Liz
Thanks for the clarification, Ryan. This distinction isn't clear in the original blog post. I also wasn't sure what the difference was between me posting a message that I love Reebok shoes and Starbucks posting they have a special on Frappuccinos. If advertising was prohibited from Tweets, it

RE: [twitter-dev] Re: TWITTER BANS 3rd PARTY ADVERTISING

2010-05-25 Thread mycroftt
I stopped development on my Twitter appa year after realizing that the twitter API was not yet stable enough to allow an individual developer to create a stable product. I continue to follow the exchange between developers and Twitter as much for entertainment as to keep track. Twitter understands

[twitter-dev] Deleting a retweet

2010-05-25 Thread Hwee-Boon Yar
This is probably so obvious I'm missing it. How do I delete a retweet?

RE: [twitter-dev] Re: Twitter Platform blog post

2010-05-25 Thread Gary Zukowski
We tweet jobs for customers to not only our accounts, but to their branded accounts as well. Companies like this because they can outsource this mechanism to a third party without getting their IT groups involved. We don't do any advertising within the tweet, other than provide a bit.ly link

[twitter-dev] twipic OAuth Echo status

2010-05-25 Thread Bernd Stramm
Hi everyone, I have been working on getting twitpic upload to work with my client, and some of it is now functioning with oauth echo. There are some things that look broken / not implemented on the twitpic side, perhaps someone knows more and can verify: - it seems to make a difference

[twitter-dev] Pagination - Twitter’s people you fo llow

2010-05-25 Thread Dave Molinaro
Hi guys, im developing an Android application for twitter that will sync data coming from the people you follow. The problem is that: http://api.twitter.com/1/statuses/friends.json provides me the last 100 persons ive followed and i wanted to display only 20 for each 'page'. I believe that the

[twitter-dev] Problem After Press Connect Twitter, WordPress

2010-05-25 Thread Teofilus
Sir, I HAVE a problem, I try @anywhere Service, for My Wordpress www.OriflameNews.com (can you see it) I Have Done All of Registration and Installing that but error like that : Callback URL i set to www.oriflamenews.com But the error like that : Sorry, something went wrong. Small_robot The

[twitter-dev] Re: oAuth Echo problems

2010-05-25 Thread Twitter Guy
I created a curl command using the example in your API Documentation: CURL COMMAND START - curl -v -H 'X-Auth-Service-Provider: https://api.twitter.com/1/account/verify_credentials.json' -H 'X-Verify-Credentials-Authorization: OAuth realm=http:// api.twitter.com/,

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: TWITTER BANS 3rd PARTY ADVERTISING

2010-05-25 Thread Dossy Shiobara
So, Tweetie for Mac, which shows an ad at the top of my friends timeline ... will no longer be allowed to do so? http://i.imgur.com/pazT3.png Is this another misinterpretation of the policy, too? On 5/25/10 1:28 AM, Ryan Sarver wrote: It *does prohibit* an application from calling out to a

[twitter-dev] Re: Problem After Press Connect Twitter, WordPress

2010-05-25 Thread wibblefish
Tried changing the the callback url to oriflamenews.com? Looks like it is complaining because you have set the subdomain to www on the callback but your pages automatically redirect to a domain url without it. Least thats my best guess. On May 25, 7:28 am, Teofilus teofi...@gmail.com wrote: Sir,

[twitter-dev] Re: TWITTER BANS 3rd PARTY ADVERTISING

2010-05-25 Thread Liz
On May 25, 1:28 am, Ryan Sarver rsar...@twitter.com wrote: The language is somewhat nuanced but it sounds like we might need to make the policy more explicit as a number of people are misinterpreting it. It sounds like most people are misinterpreting it which might have to do with how the

[twitter-dev] Differing UI for @Anywhere OAuth and Application OAuth

2010-05-25 Thread Nik Fletcher
Hi Guys In my own tinkering with the @anywhere stuff, I've noticed the @anywhere OAuth flow is using a much-better designed OAuth screen than regular OAuth at the moment: particularly in making clear which account you're linking the @anywhere app to. Any chance these improvements will be brought

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: oAuth Echo problems

2010-05-25 Thread Cameron Kaiser
I created a curl command using the example in your API Documentation: CURL COMMAND START - curl -v -H 'X-Auth-Service-Provider: https://api.twitter.com/1/account/verify_credentials.json' -H 'X-Verify-Credentials-Authorization: Just use Authorization:. --

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: oAuth Echo problems

2010-05-25 Thread Cameron Kaiser
I created a curl command using the example in your API Documentation: CURL COMMAND START - curl -v -H 'X-Auth-Service-Provider: https://api.twitter.com/1/account/verify_credentials.json' -H 'X-Verify-Credentials-Authorization: Just use Authorization:. Er, sorry: try

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: TWITTER BANS 3rd PARTY ADVERTISING

2010-05-25 Thread Nick Arnett
On Tue, May 25, 2010 at 4:16 AM, mycro...@lifewithindustry.com wrote: I stopped development on my Twitter app a year after realizing that the twitter API was not yet stable enough to allow an individual developer to create a stable product. I continue to follow the exchange between

[twitter-dev] HTTP Error 401 again...

2010-05-25 Thread schmiddi
Hello there, I've got massive issues generating an OAuth signature. I followed the instructions in the Developer Wiki (http://dev.twitter.com/pages/ auth#request-token) . I think my algrithm is working, because I calculate the same signing key with the example data. But when I request a token I

[twitter-dev] users.lookup() pulls by friendship date

2010-05-25 Thread cballou
I really don't like the fact that calling users.lookup() returns the last 100 users I have friended. Is there a way to retrieve users in a more random fashion or with some kind of ordering (ascending/descending)? I'm looking for more optional parameters. Suppose, for instance, that I have 500

[twitter-dev] Twitter Search source: operator stopped working for sources with an embedded dot?

2010-05-25 Thread Scott Carter
Matt, Doug, I will often use the following query at http://search.twitter.com to monitor links posted with my Social.com application: j.mp source:social.com I noticed over the last few weeks that sometimes the source: operator would stop working altogether for all applications, but usually

Re: [twitter-dev] Pagination - Twitter’s people yo u follow

2010-05-25 Thread Abraham Williams
Try adding count=20. https://api.twitter.com/1/statuses/friends.xml?screen_name=abrahamcount=2 Abraham On Mon, May 24, 2010 at 22:41, Dave Molinaro duber...@gmail.com wrote: Hi guys, im developing an Android application for twitter that will sync data coming from the people you follow. The

RE: [twitter-dev] Re: TWITTER BANS 3rd PARTY ADVERTISING

2010-05-25 Thread Steel Sendras Group
Hey! How are you doing? We read your post on “Twitter Development Talk” ‘Google Group’. You are right that, developing a twitter app individually is a very hard work. Or, in crux, it’s really impossible. But, please don’t give up. If you still like

[twitter-dev] Twitter Annotation Potential Article

2010-05-25 Thread Kingsley Idehen
All, Should be interesting to this mailing list: http://www.semanticweb.com/on/semantic_wave_hits_ecommerce_part_2_current_innovation_161798.asp Twitter Annotation implications are towards the end of the article, best you read the entire article for context. -- Regards, Kingsley Idehen

[twitter-dev] Re: TWITTER BANS 3rd PARTY ADVERTISING

2010-05-25 Thread mhansell
I'd love to see some clarification from Dick on this statement and/or a possible change in the TOS. The press has wildly heralded it as the end of all advertising on Twitter not coming from Promoted Tweets. Even if this is not true the public perception certain impacts all of our

[twitter-dev] Re: TWITTER BANS 3rd PARTY ADVERTISING

2010-05-25 Thread Mo
Ryan, Thanks for writing the clarification. It sounds as if the intent of the ban is to prevent anyone from emulating and distributing a stream of Twitter data to Twitter mobile/web/desktop clients and inserting ads into it. Tweets posted in individual accounts by account owners or by

[twitter-dev] Why is UNIQLO LUCKY LINEに行列 tr ending?

2010-05-25 Thread Brian Smith
Uniqlo created a (web?) app that allows people to enter a contest or get a discount by tweeting a message from their account; see [1]. (It also seems like they’re not using OAuth as the tweets are “via API,” but that’s not why I’m writing.) So many people are entering the contest that “UNIQLO

Re: [twitter-dev] Why is UNIQLO LUCKY LINEに行列 trending?

2010-05-25 Thread Dossy Shiobara
Unfollow/block the people who participate, if it bothers you. But, don't prohibit it in the Twitter ToS, please! On 5/25/10 3:57 PM, Brian Smith wrote: Personally, I find these kinds of campaigns extremely annoying because they turn my friends into spammers. But, it seems like they are not

Re: [twitter-dev] Why is UNIQLO LUCKY LINEに行列 trending?

2010-05-25 Thread philip crawford
Maybe build an app that identifies these spam(like) messages and then provides an API for other apps to help filter the spam(ish) messages. On Tue, May 25, 2010 at 4:10 PM, Dossy Shiobara do...@panoptic.com wrote: Unfollow/block the people who participate, if it bothers you.  But, don't

[twitter-dev] oauth expire

2010-05-25 Thread Bernd Stramm
Hi, currently it appears that there is no facility for an application (consumer) to expire authorization. The twitter server can't do it automatically, since it doesn't really know when the consumer is finished with the authorized session, if ever. The user doesn't even know that authorization

[twitter-dev] GPS check Korea Peninsula?

2010-05-25 Thread Personaj
南北外交断絶問題発生によって韓朝鮮半島のtwitter GPS障害が存在しているのでしょうか

[twitter-dev] Re: users.lookup() pulls by friendship date

2010-05-25 Thread cballou
Nobody? On May 25, 12:14 pm, cballou ball...@gmail.com wrote: I really don't like the fact that calling users.lookup() returns the last 100 users I have friended. Is there a way to retrieve users in a more random fashion or with some kind of ordering (ascending/descending)?  I'm looking for

[twitter-dev] Users Search OAuth

2010-05-25 Thread max
Hi, I was messing around with the users search REST API (http:// apiwiki.twitter.com/Twitter-REST-API-Method:-users-search) and I was curious how the transition towards OAuth-only will change this method call. Can I access this resource with OAuth (and how?)? Or will BASIC Auth be available for

[twitter-dev] Twitter OAuth Timestamps

2010-05-25 Thread Eric Woodward
I have confirmed a problem with xAuth/OAUth that I believe resides within Twitter OAuth implementation that has been a thorn in our side for a while. I say *believe* because I do not claim to know for sure, thus this post. I assume no one at Twitter will be inclined to do me any favours, but

[twitter-dev] Re: Why is UNIQLO LUCKY LINEに行列 trending?

2010-05-25 Thread Liz
It seems like there are two issues: 1) whether Twitter should disallow these messages to be sent out and 2) whether Twitter should screen these spammy messages out of the possible choices for trending topics.

RE: [twitter-dev] Twitter OAuth Timestamps

2010-05-25 Thread Brian Smith
This is known and expected behavior. There have been other threads about it in the last couple of weeks. If you get a 401 response, you should compare the Date header of Twitter's response to the current system time. If it is significantly off then you should warn the user so they can fix it

[twitter-dev] Re: Browser hover over ID sometimes says, Sorry, this does not appear to be an active Twitter account

2010-05-25 Thread newtman
I've been having this same problem. In my case it seem related to anywhere having a hard time figuring out what username is being hovered over: My structure is as follows: li title=@username a div.../div div@username/div div img/img /div /a /li I've tried adding hovercards

Re: [twitter-dev] Twitter OAuth Timestamps

2010-05-25 Thread Taylor Singletary
I'll make this much clearer in the documentation, and also include tips to work around it dynamically. We have a revision of our OAuth implementation that we'll be gradually introducing into the system in the near future. It's going to be opt-in for awhile so that we can work out any kinks, as

Re: [twitter-dev] Twitter OAuth Timestamps

2010-05-25 Thread Bernd Stramm
On Tue, 25 May 2010 19:49:28 -0500 Brian Smith br...@briansmith.org wrote: This is known and expected behavior. There have been other threads about it in the last couple of weeks. If you get a 401 response, you should compare the Date header of Twitter's response to the current system time.

[twitter-dev] Re: Twitter OAuth Timestamps

2010-05-25 Thread Eric Woodward
Thanks. I did look through the archives before posting but did not find anything. I will look harder next time. I still don't see where in the OAuth specifications it says this comparison is necessary, but I will continue to look around. --ejw Eric Woodward Email: e...@nambu.com On May 25,

[twitter-dev] Friends and followers

2010-05-25 Thread Miles Parker
This question is sort of pedantic, but I'm wondering why the API refers to friends instead of followers. The API say's that friends == following, but I understand (e.g. see this nice little article

Re: [twitter-dev] Friends and followers

2010-05-25 Thread John Kalucki
Twitter has evolved quite a bit over the last 4 years. It's not always possible to evolve the API at the same pace. I wouldn't say that mutual followers are friends. They're just mutual followers. On Tue, May 25, 2010 at 7:43 PM, Miles Parker milespar...@gmail.com wrote: This question is

[twitter-dev] Location finding practices

2010-05-25 Thread Miles Parker
I've taken a look at recent posts on locations and geo-tagging. My read of all of this is that we can associate tweets with locations in ~3 ways.. 1. Geo-tags (user opt-in) 2. Location (user provided, pretty um.. low quality) 3. Some kind of behind the scenes magic that Twitter is doing For case

[twitter-dev] Re: Friends and followers

2010-05-25 Thread Miles Parker
On May 25, 8:05 pm, John Kalucki j...@twitter.com wrote: It's not always possible to evolve the API at the same pace. Of course..not moaning, just curious. I wouldn't say that mutual followers are friends. They're just mutual followers. Yes, I guess that's a matter of semantic interpretation.

[twitter-dev] Re: users.lookup() pulls by friendship date

2010-05-25 Thread nischalshetty
Are you talking about this - http://api.twitter.com/version/users/lookup.format The above API returns whatever ids you have passed. Am I missing something? -Nischal On May 26, 4:38 am, cballou ball...@gmail.com wrote: Nobody? On May 25, 12:14 pm, cballou ball...@gmail.com wrote: I

[twitter-dev] Re: users.lookup() pulls by friendship date

2010-05-25 Thread nischalshetty
Are you talking about this - http://api.twitter.com/version/users/lookup.format The above API returns whatever ids you have passed. Am I missing something? -Nischal On May 26, 4:38 am, cballou ball...@gmail.com wrote: Nobody? On May 25, 12:14 pm, cballou ball...@gmail.com wrote: I