RE: [twitter-dev] Re: Regarding the search API based on Geo location

2009-12-03 Thread Ken Dobruskin
Sushil, Likely this user is not posting any geodata with his tweets. Ken Date: Thu, 3 Dec 2009 00:25:17 -0800 Subject: [twitter-dev] Re: Regarding the search API based on Geo location From: sush...@gmail.com To: twitter-development-talk@googlegroups.com Hi Raffi, I am not seeing the

[twitter-dev] Usability question

2009-12-16 Thread Ken Dobruskin
The authorization page http://twitter.com/oauth/authorize has a quirky behavior, to me at least. More than once I have denied access to my own app due to the tabindex order of the form elements. The tabindex on the Deny and Allow buttons is inversed, and does not correspond to the visual

[twitter-dev] URLification

2009-12-17 Thread Ken Dobruskin
When adding a URL surrounded by parentheses or followed by a period, these marks are included in the resulting link. Is a trailing whitespace the only workaround? It's ugly and wastes a character.

RE: [twitter-dev] Re: URLification

2009-12-17 Thread Ken Dobruskin
. http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc1738.txt On Dec 17, 7:13 am, Ken Dobruskin k...@cimas.ch wrote: When adding a URL surrounded by parentheses or followed by a period, these marks are included in the resulting link. Is a trailing whitespace the only workaround? It's ugly and wastes

RE: [twitter-dev] Re: URLification

2009-12-17 Thread Ken Dobruskin
probably should do this, as it's quite conservative. Diego On Dec 17, 11:10 am, Ken Dobruskin k...@cimas.ch wrote: True, but Yahoo! Mail and others do get it right. It's been a few years I no longer worry sending an email with a URL at the end of a sentence. I wonder how they do

RE: [twitter-dev] The remote name could not be resolved: 'twitter.com' problem

2009-12-20 Thread Ken Dobruskin
You might want to try the Twitterizer API Google group here: http://groups.google.com/group/twitterizer hth, Ken Date: Sat, 19 Dec 2009 17:53:05 -0800 Subject: [twitter-dev] The remote name could not be resolved: 'twitter.com' problem From: mr.ki...@gmail.com To:

RE: [twitter-dev] Twitter Developer QA on Stack Overflow

2009-12-28 Thread Ken Dobruskin
Jonathan, Good points and initiative. I do not believe Twitter have the resources to recreate the success of Stack Overflow for QA purposes. Have you considered setting up a Twitter Dev QA beta site on stackexchange.com? I have, and someone probably could, but I thought I'd wait and see

RE: [twitter-dev] Twitter Developer QA on Stack Overflow

2009-12-28 Thread Ken Dobruskin
for discussion of the discussion. I agree though that it should be up to Twitter to provide this environment. Ken Abraham On Mon, Dec 28, 2009 at 21:40, Ken Dobruskin k...@cimas.ch wrote: Jonathan, Good points and initiative. I do not believe Twitter have the resources to recreate

RE: [twitter-dev] Mass account creation

2010-01-07 Thread Ken Dobruskin
I can't wait to hear how they plan to interest real people to follow these accounts. More keyword- (or geo-) based @ replies? save us! Date: Thu, 7 Jan 2010 06:03:17 -0700 From: john.l.me...@gmail.com To: twitter-development-talk@googlegroups.com Subject: Re: [twitter-dev] Mass account

RE: [twitter-dev] How to monitor our brand by Streaming API

2010-01-13 Thread Ken Dobruskin
Hi, I don't know anything about Wordpress or plugins, but is there any moderation workflow built into these widgets? I just had to cringe at the silly results produced by the indiscriminate use of a twitter search feed by one colleague from a highly respectable international organisation.

RE: [twitter-dev] How to monitor our brand by Streaming API

2010-01-13 Thread Ken Dobruskin
On Wed, Jan 13, 2010 at 7:14 PM, Ken Dobruskin k...@cimas.ch wrote: Hi, I don't know anything about Wordpress or plugins, but is there any moderation workflow built into these widgets? I just had to cringe at the silly results produced by the indiscriminate use of a twitter search feed

RE: [twitter-dev] @ Message read rate for non-followers

2010-01-18 Thread Ken Dobruskin
Zero percent, and report for spam. Date: Sun, 17 Jan 2010 22:13:33 -0800 Subject: [twitter-dev] @ Message read rate for non-followers From: abstar...@gmail.com To: twitter-development-talk@googlegroups.com Hey Guys, Do you know what % of people read @ messages if you are not a follower

RE: [twitter-dev] @ Message read rate for non-followers

2010-01-18 Thread Ken Dobruskin
? From: and...@badera.us Date: Mon, 18 Jan 2010 04:59:56 -0500 Subject: Re: [twitter-dev] @ Message read rate for non-followers To: twitter-development-talk@googlegroups.com On Mon, Jan 18, 2010 at 3:00 AM, Ken Dobruskin k...@cimas.ch wrote: Zero percent, and report for spam. Date: Sun

RE: [twitter-dev] Re: Mass account creation

2010-01-27 Thread Ken Dobruskin
+1, Ed. Nice post. The humans will win! Whether every RSS feed, weather station, search query, refrigerator, etc is allowed to be turned into a twitter bot is a policy decision for Twitter. I like to think that Twitter would prefer to be an original source of unique and meaningful content and

RE: [twitter-dev] Re: Mass account creation

2010-01-29 Thread Ken Dobruskin
follower email notification that Twitter sends out. Just disable those notifications, and you will never even know that you are followed by spammers, scammers, and churners. On Jan 28, 6:56 am, DenisioDelBoro alya...@gmail.com wrote: On 28 ÑÎ×, 06:42, Ken Dobruskin k...@cimas.ch wrote