[twitter-dev] Re: Invalid token authentication failed when reply_to_status_id set

2009-05-21 Thread Rich
Actually I'm unable to update any status's at the moment with or without in_reply_to_status_id set. It was working absoluely fine yesterday when testing and I posted a message on my own timeline just fine. However whenever I try to post today I get 'Failed to authenticate oauth signature or

[twitter-dev] Re: Invalid token authentication failed when reply_to_status_id set

2009-05-21 Thread Rich
I've got the same issue, started today when it worked fine yesterday On May 21, 3:48 am, Abraham Williams 4bra...@gmail.com wrote: Can you confirm if post_statusesUpdate() works without the 'in_reply_to_status_id' parameter? 2009/5/19 alon alon.car...@gmail.com Hello all! ,Jaisen,

[twitter-dev] Re: set the from [Application]

2009-08-03 Thread Rich
I thought for new applications the only way was via oAuth, and then the source is taken automatically because of your access token. On Aug 3, 7:13 am, James Todd james.w.t...@gmail.com wrote: set the source parameter. hth, - james On Sun, Aug 2, 2009 at 10:49 PM, Pek wushup...@gmail.com

[twitter-dev] Re: Twitter clients on Twitter.com

2009-08-05 Thread Rich
Thanks Chad I thought it would be something like that, just hope my Twitter iphone push client gets noticed by you guys ;) On Aug 4, 11:48 pm, Chad Etzel c...@twitter.com wrote: Hi Richard, Please see:http://apiwiki.twitter.com/FAQ#HowcanIgetmyappinthesidebarpromotionbox Thanks, -Chad

[twitter-dev] Re: Twitter clients on Twitter.com

2009-08-05 Thread Rich
Hey I might have mentioned it, but I purposely didn't give names, websites, etc as I didn't want to abuse things! On Aug 5, 12:35 pm, Andrew Badera and...@badera.us wrote: On Wed, Aug 5, 2009 at 7:29 AM, Dean Collins d...@cognation.net wrote: We get our suggestions from users adopting a

[twitter-dev] Re: Preserve original URL in Twitter API

2009-08-05 Thread Rich
Oooh that would be useful. If the API devs give us permission I'd love to implement that! On Aug 5, 2:13 am, taiyo fujii taiyos...@gmail.com wrote: search.twitter.com have interface (It seems undocumented) for tinyURL, bit.ly and others.

[twitter-dev] Re: OAuth and twitter.com home authentication strange behavior

2009-08-06 Thread Rich
I can't get oAuth to authenticate on any of my clients either. It works when the client has previously authenticated... but trying to get a new token it fails when clicking 'Allow' On Aug 6, 7:42 pm, stephane stephane.philipa...@gmail.com wrote: It's probably linked to the current DDOS but the

[twitter-dev] Re: API Calls to unauthenticated methods

2009-08-06 Thread Rich
I did have similar problems, occasionally I still get some problems with this though. oAuth still down for me though. Personally I hope the little that caused this gets brought to justice. On Aug 6, 10:22 pm, Matthew F mcf1...@gmail.com wrote: Seems like calls to

[twitter-dev] Re: OAuth and twitter.com home authentication strange behavior

2009-08-06 Thread Rich
to authenticate and login the user, the server returns a timeout fromhttps://twitter.com/oauth/authenticate?parameters On Thu, Aug 6, 2009 at 11:24 PM, Rich rhyl...@gmail.com wrote: I can't get oAuth to authenticate on any of my clients either.  It works when the client has previously authenticated

[twitter-dev] Re: Why is Biz saying things are back in action?

2009-08-07 Thread Rich
The most frustrating thing is oAuth being down, meaning new users can't sign in to oAuth apps! On Aug 7, 6:40 am, Jesse Stay jesses...@gmail.com wrote: The more communication, to both us and the public, the better.  That's the best thing Twitter can do right now - I definitely feel their pain,

[twitter-dev] Re: oauth redirects fail....

2009-08-07 Thread Rich
I have the same issue, After 'allow' it simply times out so no new users can login to their new Twitter client. On Aug 7, 3:07 am, hansamann sven.hai...@googlemail.com wrote: I experience the same, hope this is just the Twitter DOS attack aftermath. My app cannot request a requestToken for

[twitter-dev] Re: Why is Biz saying things are back in action?

2009-08-07 Thread Rich
:06 am, Rich rhyl...@gmail.com wrote: The most frustrating thing is oAuth being down, meaning new users can't sign in to oAuth apps! On Aug 7, 6:40 am, Jesse Stay jesses...@gmail.com wrote: The more communication, to both us and the public, the better.  That's the best thing

[twitter-dev] Re: Why is Biz saying things are back in action?

2009-08-07 Thread Rich
Oh great now timeouts from all clients again! On Aug 7, 9:27 am, Rich rhyl...@gmail.com wrote: My oAuth authentications seem to be back up again, well at least they were through the iPhone simulator! On Aug 7, 9:21 am, Paul Kinlan paul.kin...@gmail.com wrote: I know this is a me too

[twitter-dev] Re: Why is Biz saying things are back in action?

2009-08-07 Thread Rich
. Thanks On Aug 7, 7:06 am, Rich rhyl...@gmail.com wrote: The most frustrating thing is oAuth being down, meaning new users can't sign in to oAuth apps! On Aug 7, 6:40 am, Jesse Stay jesses...@gmail.com wrote: The more communication, to both us and the public, the better.  That's

[twitter-dev] Re: Requests from AppEngine still failing.

2009-08-07 Thread Rich
Yep, I think I replied to you on Twitter, but yes I've got the same issue. Curl is reporting timeouts but if I switch IPs it's fine. Looks like the w/list IPs have been blocked. I've emailed the api@ email address but who knows! On Aug 7, 11:47 am, David W meepmeepmeepena...@gmail.com wrote:

[twitter-dev] Re: Requests from AppEngine still failing.

2009-08-07 Thread Rich
I'm getting occasional bouts of being able to connect. It looks like the server IP has been rate limited quite low (even though it's a whitelisted IP) and even though I'm using the user's own Rate Limit checking. On Aug 7, 11:49 am, Rich rhyl...@gmail.com wrote: Yep, I think I replied to you

[twitter-dev] Re: Continuous oAuth Issues

2009-08-07 Thread Rich
Mine has re-occured... if you're going to force people to use oAuth from now on, at least get it running again fast! On Aug 7, 2:22 pm, Brian b.kn...@gmail.com wrote: Our app is still experiencing oAuth denial issues since the DDOS problem yesterday.  Has anyone heard any update to this

[twitter-dev] Re: DDoS Status Update

2009-08-07 Thread Rich
Thanks for the update, however PLEASE get oAuth back up and running ASAP please! On Aug 7, 7:05 pm, Ryan Sarver rsar...@twitter.com wrote: I wanted to send everyone an update to let you know what has been happening, the known issues, some suggestions on how to resolve them and some idea of

[twitter-dev] Re: DDoS Status Update

2009-08-07 Thread Rich
nothing but interact with Twitter I haven't seen much of a drop in activity. On Aug 7, 7:28 pm, Rich rhyl...@gmail.com wrote: Thanks for the update, however PLEASE get oAuth back up and running ASAP please! On Aug 7, 7:05 pm, Ryan Sarver rsar...@twitter.com wrote: I wanted to send

[twitter-dev] Re: DDoS Status Update

2009-08-07 Thread Rich
- which begs the question, is OAuth ready for production applications? On Aug 7, 2:38 pm, Rich rhyl...@gmail.com wrote: oAuth worked for me on testing this morning, but trying to authenticate three seperate accounts, right now... all of them timeout on clicking the 'Allow' button On Aug 7

[twitter-dev] Re: DDoS Status Update

2009-08-07 Thread Rich
I agree with this, although it's not just the US economy... hurts many other countries too... well businesses within those countries anyway! On Aug 7, 8:02 pm, Jesse Stay jesses...@gmail.com wrote: Thanks for the communication - this is good.  Just curious - with entire businesses being put

[twitter-dev] Re: Continuous oAuth Issues

2009-08-07 Thread Rich
the other API-related issues and will keep you informed as we make progress. Best, Ryan On Fri, Aug 7, 2009 at 10:59 AM, AdamHertz adamdhe...@gmail.com wrote: Ours recurred this morning, as well. On Aug 7, 10:49 am, Rich rhyl...@gmail.com wrote: Mine has re-occured... if you're

[twitter-dev] Re: How do I handle 302 redirects with curl?

2009-08-08 Thread Rich
Excellent our client now supports the 302's :) On Aug 8, 7:37 am, Chad Etzel c...@twitter.com wrote: You may have to follow redirects more than once *wink wink nudge nudge* with curl you can add --location flag. There's a good bit of info in the man page as well. If using curl with PHP,

[twitter-dev] Re: Continuous oAuth Issues

2009-08-08 Thread Rich
: Firefox oAuth issue seems to be fixed now. Not sure for how long   but I can actually login. Chris- On Aug 7, 5:29 pm, Rich rhyl...@gmail.com wrote: It also doesn't seem to be working properly on Mobile Safari   either on the iPhone On Aug 7, 10:12 pm, Ryan Sarver rsar

[twitter-dev] Re: Rate limits: 20k - 150 - known issue

2009-08-08 Thread Rich
My curl stuff was working fine, but not it appears to have been limited again. Sorry but this is getting s frustrating. 3 days later and things still aren't working On Aug 8, 1:13 am, Chris Corriveau chris.corriv...@gmail.com wrote: Thank you Chad. Details is really what we want and just

[twitter-dev] Re: 408 Request Timeout on oAuth Calls to API

2009-08-08 Thread Rich
We've got a similar oAuth issue. My application can get as far as the login screen, but consistently.. and I mean 100% of the time fails on the Allow button. It doesn't even get as far as the redirect screen (so it's not a problem with us handling the redirect). If they want us to use oAuth

[twitter-dev] Re: Status Update: 8/9 12:51 AM PDT

2009-08-09 Thread Rich
Thanks for the update Chad... any news on oAuth, I've not had a single successful auth using mobile safari since Friday On Aug 9, 9:25 am, Tim Haines tmhai...@gmail.com wrote: Thanks Chad - message appreciated.  I would have missed an update to the third most recent post.. On Aug 9, 7:53 pm,

[twitter-dev] Re: How do I handle 302 redirects with curl?

2009-08-09 Thread Rich
explain the 403?) On Aug 8, 8:14 am, Rich rhyl...@gmail.com wrote: Excellent our client now supports the 302's :) On Aug 8, 7:37 am, Chad Etzel c...@twitter.com wrote: You may have to follow redirects more than once *wink wink nudge nudge* with curl you can add --location flag. There's

[twitter-dev] Re: Twitter Update, 8/9 noon PST

2009-08-09 Thread Rich
Thanks Ryan, just tested my oAuth system and it work perfectly. Thanks for all your work guys gals! On Aug 9, 9:33 pm, Mario Menti mme...@gmail.com wrote: Seeing similar improvements here (twitterfeed) - feeds with error statuses have decreased from 120,000 a few hours ago to just over

[twitter-dev] Re: FW: Twitter is Suing me!!!

2009-08-12 Thread Rich
Except Twitter is encouraging the use of the word Tweet in applications, but not their brand name, Twitter. Perfectly acceptable in my personal opinion. On Aug 12, 5:13 am, jim.renkel james.ren...@gmail.com wrote: BTW, twitter is trademarking tweet as well as twitter. You have been warned!

[twitter-dev] Re: FW: Twitter is Suing me!!!

2009-08-12 Thread Rich
I'm not aware of this but this link http://blog.twitter.com/2009/07/may-tweets-be-with-you.html, published only last month says We have applied to trademark Tweet because it is clearly attached to Twitter from a brand perspective but we have no intention of going after the wonderful

[twitter-dev] Re: FW: Twitter is Suing me!!!

2009-08-12 Thread Rich
As I've already said above, quoted from Twitter, they are doing it to protect their brand but are not interested in stopping people using Tweet, in fact they are actively encouraging it! On Aug 12, 1:53 pm, Dale Merritt mogul...@gmail.com wrote: The trademark app for Tweet could be disputed.

[twitter-dev] Re: FW: Twitter is Suing me!!!

2009-08-12 Thread Rich
and I'm certain the reason for adding the Twitter name violation in there in addition to all the others is that they don't want their name associated with, what is effectively a Web 2.0 spamming operation. On Aug 12, 3:55 pm, Duane Roelands duane.roela...@gmail.com wrote: Are any of these

[twitter-dev] Re: Early developer preview: Retweeting API

2009-08-14 Thread Rich
I totally agree with this as it'll allow our clients to just have to look for the one extra field and then we can query the other status ID to find out the originals. This way we have to handle the entire extra node and user node of the XML/json On Aug 13, 11:31 pm, stygz

[twitter-dev] Re: New app but w/o OAuth

2009-08-17 Thread Rich
If you want to have your app name in the 'from source' attribute then yes only oAuth can be used now. On Aug 17, 1:25 pm, netlatch netla...@gmail.com wrote: Another question. Is OAuth being required for new apps? On Aug 17, 8:13 am, netlatch netla...@gmail.com wrote: I am planning a new

[twitter-dev] oAuth suggestion

2009-08-18 Thread Rich
Firstly I use oAuth on my iPhone app because I like the concept but there are problems with the oAuth pages using mobile devices, so here are my suggestions to make the experience better 1) The page simply doesn't lend itself to a 320px wide screen. How about an auto-device detection similar to

[twitter-dev] Re: 200 errors

2009-08-18 Thread Rich
I'm seeing this type of behaviour too and it's getting very frustrating. Basically I'm checking for status 200, then I'm checking for Content- Type XML. However from time to time I'm getting non XML back from this function. On Aug 9, 8:27 am, Chris Babcock cbabc...@asciiking.com wrote: This

[twitter-dev] Re: How are we supposed to be handeling HTML responses from the API?

2009-08-18 Thread Rich
I'm getting the same issue with XML, yet the API is responding with a 200 status OK On Aug 18, 3:59 pm, Cameron Kaiser spec...@floodgap.com wrote: I get this response quite frequently: !-- !DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC -//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN In general, when TTYtter receives HTML when it

[twitter-dev] Re: 200 errors

2009-08-18 Thread Rich
Thanks Ryan I've emailed the API email address On Aug 18, 4:21 pm, Ryan Sarver rsar...@twitter.com wrote: Chris, Rich, Seems like you aren't the only ones right now. I'm going to work with Ops to see if we can figure out where it is coming from. Can you provide us with a little more info so

[twitter-dev] Re: 200 errors

2009-08-25 Thread Rich
I'm now getting this error back again! On Aug 18, 4:39 pm, Rich rhyl...@gmail.com wrote: Thanks Ryan I've emailed the API email address On Aug 18, 4:21 pm, Ryan Sarver rsar...@twitter.com wrote: Chris, Rich, Seems like you aren't the only ones right now. I'm going to work with Ops

[twitter-dev] Re: 200 errors

2009-08-25 Thread Rich
Actually it seems to have stabilised at the moment (apart from the 503's that everyone seems to be getting) I'll drop you an email again if I see it again! Many thanks Richard On Aug 25, 7:13 pm, Ryan Sarver rsar...@twitter.com wrote: Rich, Can you provide your source IP that you are seeing

[twitter-dev] Re: account/rate_limit_status returning 503

2009-08-25 Thread Rich
I think pretty much everyone is getting a lot of 503's right now. Interestingly I'm not seeing many from the site, only the API right now. On Aug 24, 9:40 pm, Joseph Cheek jos...@cheek.com wrote: Am I safe in assuming that if account/rate_limit_status is returning 503, it means that the

[twitter-dev] Re: [ANN] statuses/home_timeline resource now available (though it doesn't include retweets yet)

2009-09-03 Thread Rich
Any idea how long the friends_timeline will be available for, obviously there might be some considerable development time assocated with switching (and in the case of iPhone applications getting Apple to review the whole process too!) On Sep 3, 1:19 am, Marcel Molina mar...@twitter.com wrote:

[twitter-dev] Re: [ANN] statuses/home_timeline resource now available (though it doesn't include retweets yet)

2009-09-03 Thread Rich
I second this, it'd be good to emulate the behaviour with real re- tweets in there On Sep 3, 7:45 pm, Jim Renkel james.ren...@gmail.com wrote: Marcel, This is good news! It will allow us to start development of retweet support in our client applications / web-sites, and do backward

[twitter-dev] Re: 200 errors

2009-09-06 Thread Rich
Yeah it's happening to me again, same as my previous email, except the time stamp will be around 2 minutes ago On Sep 6, 4:05 pm, twittme_mobi nlupa...@googlemail.com wrote: Hi Ryan, I am getting the same error - i can found it in the logs of my app every day - at least 20 times. 1. The IP

[twitter-dev] Re: non json response

2009-09-07 Thread Rich
I think this is the same issue we've been having for a while at http://groups.google.com/group/twitter-development-talk/browse_thread/thread/e88f0f3182b0a0e7/e5f6b2a5678598f1 I never used to get it on search APIs but now I get it on both REST and search APIs On Sep 6, 8:35 pm, Rudifa

[twitter-dev] Re: non json response

2009-09-07 Thread Rich
Either way an XML or JSON feed should NEVER return HTML! On Sep 7, 11:25 am, Ben Eliott ben.apperr...@googlemail.com wrote: IP: 67.23.28.168, time is Europe/London 2009-09-07 11:19:48,014 - twittersearch.models - CRITICAL - Search did   not reutrn a json object! code = 200 answer = !DOCTYPE

[twitter-dev] Re: 200 errors

2009-09-07 Thread Rich
make. There was a ticket related to the issue in the bug tracker for search, but it has been closed and I think it should be re-opened as it is still a problemhttp://code.google.com/p/twitter-api/issues/detail?id=968 Any feedback would be appreciated. On Sep 6, 3:01 pm, Rich rhyl...@gmail.com

[twitter-dev] Re: Alert: Twitpocalypse II coming Friday, September 11th - make sure you can handle large status IDs!

2009-09-10 Thread Rich
Seeing as 32bit signed was 2,147,483,647 and 32bit unsigned is 4,294,967,295 And 64bit signed is 9,223,372,036,854,775,807, I'd say we're safe for a good little while yet! On Sep 10, 7:23 am, Ted Neward ted.new...@gmail.com wrote: What is the documented range for status IDs? (How high can they

[twitter-dev] Re: Twitter+Oauth on iPhone: How does one logout?

2009-09-24 Thread Rich
If you mean you now want to auth a new user, remove the user's oauth keys and grab new ones from Twitter On Sep 23, 9:04 pm, JDG ghil...@gmail.com wrote: There's no logout for OAuth, per se, as I understand it. It's just a matter of not sending the tokens any longer. On Wed, Sep 23, 2009 at

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

2009-09-24 Thread Rich
If you haven't previously registered an application then unfortunately the only way to get 'from myapp' nowadays is to use oAuth for authentication (and you can register your application from the connections tab on your Twitter settings) On Sep 22, 9:00 pm, shapper mdmo...@gmail.com wrote:

[twitter-dev] Re: Limit rates for querying twitter.com/statuses/show/tweet_id.xml

2009-09-24 Thread Rich
I don't understand. It just follows rate limiting like most other calls? 1 API call = 1 rate limit http://apiwiki.twitter.com/Rate-limiting On Sep 22, 3:38 pm, trybeee tryb...@gmail.com wrote: Hello everybody! Does anybody knows which limits for quering this url pattern

[twitter-dev] Re: Updates to the retweet API payload

2009-09-30 Thread Rich
I don't like this approach purely based on the fact it's no longer backwards compatible, it's going to break a lot of clients who aren't looking for a retweet_status tag. On Oct 1, 2:57 am, Brian Smith br...@briansmith.org wrote: Marcel Molina wrote: The above payloads don't contain a

[twitter-dev] Re: Updates to the retweet API payload

2009-09-30 Thread Rich
Sorry ignore me, lack of sleep and I missed the text tag outside the retweet_status one! On Oct 1, 2:57 am, Brian Smith br...@briansmith.org wrote: Marcel Molina wrote: The above payloads don't contain a retweet_count element yet and they probably will. Other than that we don't suspect any

[twitter-dev] Re: Updates to the retweet API payload

2009-09-30 Thread Rich
One question though I notice you're adding the RT @user at the beginning, is this intentional or can we add it ourselves (as some people prefer the RT message (via @user) format) On Oct 1, 6:44 am, Rich rhyl...@gmail.com wrote: Sorry ignore me, lack of sleep and I missed the text tag outside

[twitter-dev] Re: Updates to the retweet API payload

2009-10-01 Thread Rich
A final question, will home_timeline also follow this same format, as the docs still have the old format. On Oct 1, 6:46 am, Rich rhyl...@gmail.com wrote: One question though I notice you're adding the RT @user at the beginning, is this intentional or can we add it ourselves (as some people

[twitter-dev] Re: New Retweet API not working?

2009-10-02 Thread Rich
The retweet api hasn't been launched yet (hence the coming soon in the documentation) On Oct 2, 8:36 am, Coderanger d...@coderanger.com wrote: Is the new retweet posting api not working, I seem to just get Not Found error on any attempt to retweet a status: curl -u user:pass --http-request

[twitter-dev] Re: Updates to the retweet API payload

2009-10-02 Thread Rich
All apps will eventually have to use home_timeline as the platform guys have said they will remove the old timeline in a matter of months after the retweet api launches On Oct 2, 8:08 am, Coderanger d...@coderanger.com wrote: I am a bit confused as to how we can use these new APIs. If I use

[twitter-dev] Re: New Retweet API not working?

2009-10-02 Thread Rich
Except home_timeline doesn't contain the re-tweet stuff yet, it's just a copy of friends_timeline at the moment, but it just allows us to switch to use the new url ready so technically home_timeline is still coming soon. How I test is take a copy of the sample XML in the docs and use that to

[twitter-dev] Re: Updates to the retweet API payload

2009-10-02 Thread Rich
Not at all, just that retweets won't show in any app using the new re- tweet API. However I expect many apps that care about their users will switch because retweets from the biggest source i.e. web will be using it! On Oct 2, 11:45 am, Coderanger d...@coderanger.com wrote: So you have to wait

[twitter-dev] Re: friends and followers methods in docs

2009-10-04 Thread Rich
statuses/friends and statuses/followers are there for me On Oct 4, 9:10 am, Jesse Stay jesses...@gmail.com wrote: I noticed that the friends and followers methods aren't on the docs any more here:http://apiwiki.twitter.com/Twitter-API-Documentation Did I miss the memo that these were being

[twitter-dev] Re: Twitter Geo stuff

2009-10-04 Thread Rich
The Geo tag is only populated firstly if the user posting the tweet has opted in via Twitter's website (which hasn't been enabled yet) and secondly Geo data was submitted with that tweet On Oct 4, 4:41 am, Patrick kenned...@gmail.com wrote: I have been reading about the Twitter Geo stuff - it

[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: 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: Noise-tweet regex repository

2009-10-14 Thread Rich
I thought the new terms sorted this out Get each user's consent before sending Tweets or other messages on their behalf. A user authenticating with your application does not constitute consent to send a message. On Oct 9, 10:22 am, Sam Street sam...@gmail.com wrote: Please don't forget the Ive

[twitter-dev] Re: Seeing retweeted_details for user_timeline payload

2009-10-15 Thread Rich
Hmm except this API payload doesn't match that for the home_timeline Hometimeline shows retweet_status with a sub tag of retweeting_user, but yet @ev's user timeline shows a tag of retweet_status with a subtag of user. I want to support it but not with the inconsistency in the API On Oct 15,

[twitter-dev] Re: Seeing retweeted_details for user_timeline payload

2009-10-15 Thread Rich
is not correct. There was an email sent out earlier about the new payload format. Could someone update the wiki for the new payload? Josh On Thu, Oct 15, 2009 at 3:48 PM, Rich rhyl...@gmail.com wrote: Hmm except this API payload doesn't match that for the home_timeline

[twitter-dev] Re: Lists API

2009-10-15 Thread Rich
I too would like to know what is going on here, some high profile people are tweeting about lists and how they work, yet none (well maybe none) of us have any idea how we could integrate this into our apps yet. Yet at the same time the ReTweet api docs have been around for a while, they are

[twitter-dev] Re: Lists API

2009-10-16 Thread Rich
I know, it's just when Robert Scoble floods your feed with Tweets about lists and how they'll change everything you kinda want to see it! On Oct 16, 7:17 am, Josh Roesslein jroessl...@gmail.com wrote: I personally would rather be a bit more patient and let them iron out the API first before

[twitter-dev] Re: Laying the foundation for API versioning

2009-10-16 Thread Rich
Great news guys, I noticed that the search and oauth API's aren't in the version one API stream though. Is this intentional?

[twitter-dev] Re: Laying the foundation for API versioning

2009-10-16 Thread Rich
I found the oauth one at http://api.twitter.com/oauth/ Is this the new location rather than http://twitter.com/oauth/? On Oct 16, 8:46 am, Rich rhyl...@gmail.com wrote: Great news guys, I noticed that the search and oauth API's aren't in the version one API stream though

[twitter-dev] Re: Laying the foundation for API versioning

2009-10-16 Thread Rich
/authorizeand family works at the api subdomain, but those paths aren't versioned (though maybe they should be...). As for search...one step at a time ;-) But thanks for noticing. On Fri, Oct 16, 2009 at 12:46 AM, Rich rhyl...@gmail.com wrote: Great news guys, I noticed that the search

[twitter-dev] Re: Draft of List API documentation

2009-10-16 Thread Rich
This is fantastic, I hope to start working on it soon. Do you guys have and idea of possible timespans, only because it takes us two weeks to get things past Apple's appoval process! On Oct 16, 8:04 am, Marcel Molina mar...@twitter.com wrote: Hey folks. As some of you have likely read we're

[twitter-dev] Re: Draft of List API documentation

2009-10-16 Thread Rich
Yeah I'm holding off committing to code until we have the formal API docs and I can see how this works on the live site. On Oct 16, 10:02 am, Andrew Badera and...@badera.us wrote: Any chance of massive UI changes? Unless I'm missing something, the List features is totally unmanageable via the

[twitter-dev] Re: Laying the foundation for API versioning

2009-10-16 Thread Rich
: I've alerted our ops team. Thanks for the heads up. On Fri, Oct 16, 2009 at 12:56 AM, Rich rhyl...@gmail.com wrote: I did notice though that api.twitter.com doesn't have a valid SSL certificate so any clients using the API over SSL will error out too. On Oct 16, 8:49 am, Marcel Molina mar

[twitter-dev] Re: Problems Connecting to the API

2009-10-19 Thread Rich
We're getting problems on the iPhone clients again, it looks like the old 200 error might have cropped up again of serving HTML instead of XML too. On Oct 18, 4:10 pm, Michael Steuer mste...@gmail.com wrote: I only have two endpoints to test from. Hosted: fails. Home DSL: no   problem. I have

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

2009-10-22 Thread Rich
I hope not, Apple are being especially slow at approving my update at the moment that includes the cursor changes! On Oct 22, 3:20 am, DustyReagan dustyrea...@gmail.com wrote: Is page deprecation still scheduled to happen on Oct. 26th? Is this deprecation happening on all methods that have

[twitter-dev] Re: Net::Twitter dev release with Lists API support

2009-10-24 Thread Rich
Same here, I really want to implement but can't without access to the APIs Can't at least API devs have access to the feeds even if not on the site itself? On Oct 24, 8:31 am, Michael Steuer mste...@gmail.com wrote: +1 - would really like to start implementing. On Oct 23, 2009, at 11:31 PM,

[twitter-dev] Re: Twitter Lists: /user/list/members.xml returning only 20 at a time

2009-10-26 Thread Rich
Seriously have we got a two tier dev system now, can we all have access to the API please? On Oct 24, 10:18 pm, Dave Briccetti da...@davebsoft.com wrote: How can I retrieve more than 20 at a time? ?cursor=-1count=200  has no effect

[twitter-dev] Re: Facebook checkbox

2009-10-26 Thread Rich
I don't understand why the Twitter API should support this, when you can achieve it yourself through Facebook Connect. On Oct 26, 1:37 pm, Nicole Simon nee...@gmail.com wrote: On Sat, Sep 19, 2009 at 5:31 PM, Mossy shaunmos...@gmail.com wrote: Underneath the message box, a checkbox labelled

[twitter-dev] Re: Can someone show me sample code on how to Post to Twitter with a User-Agent?

2009-10-26 Thread Rich
Do you mean 'from myapplication' at the bottom of each status? If so it's all here: http://apiwiki.twitter.com/FAQ#HowdoIget%E2%80%9CfromMyApp%E2%80%9DappendedtoupdatessentfrommyAPIapplication On Oct 26, 11:26 am, TrixJo tri...@gmail.com wrote: I have been googling for sample code and

[twitter-dev] Re: Twitter Lists: /user/list/members.xml returning only 20 at a time

2009-10-27 Thread Rich
Thats pretty disappointing seeing as, for instance on the iPhone/iPod touch platform, there are lots competing together. Some get preferential treatment they get advantages. On Oct 26, 5:55 pm, Eric Woodward e...@nambu.com wrote: Rich, I think you answered your own question there, the first

[twitter-dev] Re: How to get related hashtags?

2009-10-27 Thread Rich
Interstingly, Twitter does help out slightly here but only for the top trends. When you grab the top trends API it returns a query which more often than not is actually more than one trending hash tag around the same subject. Unfortunately this does not help with old trends or hashtags that

[twitter-dev] Re: Updates to the List API (list descriptions, cursoring lists of lists, finding by list id rather than slug more consistent names)

2009-10-28 Thread Rich
+1 to this Any news on when the rest of us devs can get access to this to work on our apps? On Oct 28, 8:11 pm, Jesse Stay jesses...@gmail.com wrote: Maybe a little more appropriate to post this to a private list (no pun intended) for beta users?  I admit I feel a little jealous every time I

[twitter-dev] Re: Stepping down from API Support role

2009-10-30 Thread Rich
Thanks for all your help Chad! On Oct 30, 11:14 pm, John Kalucki jkalu...@gmail.com wrote: Chad has been awesome in supporting the Twitter developer community, digging into details, and working out thorny issues. He will be missed! -John On Oct 30, 4:00 pm, Chad Etzel c...@twitter.com

[twitter-dev] Re: will user payload include lists_count soon?

2009-10-30 Thread Rich
Actually this would be useful, as otherwise I'll end up providing a list link and it returning nothing, whereas at least this way if it returns 0 I can ignore it On Oct 30, 7:52 pm, Naveen Ayyagari knig...@gmail.com wrote: +1  I  was wondering this as well. On Oct 30, 2009, at 2:23 PM, Jim

[twitter-dev] Re: Updates to the List API (list descriptions, cursoring lists of lists, finding by list id rather than slug more consistent names)

2009-10-30 Thread Rich
Well we be able to use slug or will we HAVE to use list id? At the moment I'm using the slug in my API calls On Oct 30, 5:53 pm, LeeS - @semel lse...@gmail.com wrote: Does calling the status timeline for a list count against rate limit? What I'm thinking of is doing an Ajax widget that auto

[twitter-dev] Re: Updates to the List API (list descriptions, cursoring lists of lists, finding by list id rather than slug more consistent names)

2009-10-31 Thread Rich
Actually following on from this, I see @screenName/listName automatically links to the list on the site, so surely we have to be able to call the API using listNames too unless there is a reverse lookup API to convert list id to slug? On Oct 30, 11:31 pm, Rich rhyl...@gmail.com wrote: Well we

[twitter-dev] Re: Subscribed Lists

2009-11-01 Thread Rich
Can we get some form of confirmation on the list slug/id issue. At the moment calling by ID doesn't work anyway so it's only using the slug. My preference would be to allow either (in a similar way to the other REST api's where you can use user id or screenName) On Oct 31, 10:04 pm,

[twitter-dev] Re: Subscribed Lists

2009-11-01 Thread Rich
...@gmail.com wrote: I have to second Rich on this - ID-only is flawed, as twitter supports hotlinking lists by name (@username/slug) in tweets, and links that to the list page. If clients want to offer the same behavior, this is not possible if the API only supports IDs (or would require

[twitter-dev] Re: Subscribed Lists

2009-11-02 Thread Rich
the id. On Sun, Nov 1, 2009 at 11:29 PM, Rich rhyl...@gmail.com wrote: Using ID only for me is fine, except in the case we mention.  If there was a REST api to find a list ID based on a slug then it would mean we could still resolve @screen_name/list_name links otherwise we wouldn't

[twitter-dev] Re: Lists API

2009-11-02 Thread Rich
Ah perfect, I guess that means you can ignore my post in the other thread :) Right then my list implementation is ready to go! Now to battle Apple's approval process! On Nov 2, 6:15 pm, Marcel Molina mar...@twitter.com wrote: You may (until further notice) ;-) On Mon, Nov 2, 2009 at

[twitter-dev] Re: Lists API

2009-11-03 Thread Rich
From what I gathered as soon as you could access lists on the Web interface, you also gained access to the List APIs too On Nov 3, 6:08 am, Michael Steuer mste...@gmail.com wrote: Well, I¹m in no beta, but it all seems to be accessible and working.. According to Marcel Molina, the API went

[twitter-dev] Re: Draft of List API documentation

2009-11-03 Thread Rich
Does Air not support REST properly? For an application to be RESTful it should support GET, POST, PUT and DELETE On Nov 3, 2:14 pm, Cameron Kaiser spec...@floodgap.com wrote: It there any method to delete user from list other then using DELETE method? Since I am using Flex (but not Air)

[twitter-dev] Re: Mobile Twitter Client OAuth

2009-11-05 Thread Rich
You can do exactly that already. Set it to browser auth, redirect it to your own webserver and get your webserver to redirect to your own url scheme, forwarding on the callback token. Trust me, it will work just fine! On Nov 6, 5:20 am, Ji Lee mr.ji.hoon@gmail.com wrote: Hi, It seems

[twitter-dev] Re: Can't post more than 140 characters in status

2009-11-05 Thread Rich
You can't without using a 3rd party service. Twitter only allows 140 characters. On Nov 6, 3:43 am, shyam khadka shyamkkha...@gmail.com wrote: I am using twitter API in my rails site that automatically tweet my updates in twitter using curl command. But problem is that i have to post very

[twitter-dev] Re: Mobile Twitter Client OAuth

2009-11-06 Thread Rich
When you use browser oAuth it redirects to your browser with the parameter oauth_token. Simply redirect that back to your own app including that parameter and get your app to read it. On Nov 6, 8:43 am, srikanth reddy srikanth.yara...@gmail.com wrote: @Rich i didn't get this. When you set

[twitter-dev] Re: Authentication required for Twitter REST API Method: trends available

2009-11-10 Thread Rich
Thank Raffi Can it have a coming soon tag too it like the ReTweet documents. However I notice that home_timeline still has coming soon and that has been available for sometime. On Nov 9, 10:33 pm, Raffi Krikorian ra...@twitter.com wrote: hi all . i really do apologise if it wasn't clear --

[twitter-dev] Re: Fully Featured PHP 5.3 Twitter Client

2009-11-13 Thread Rich
That looks really cool, I need a new backend to run my iPhone push notifications through and this might be a winner! On Nov 13, 6:55 pm, Yonas yona...@gmail.com wrote: Hi Jonathan, Very impressive!   How much testing have you done on the library?  Do you know if every function works or are

[twitter-dev] Re: Fully Featured PHP 5.3 Twitter Client

2009-11-16 Thread Rich
Backslashes were a stupid choice, but seeing as string concatenation is a period in PHP, they couldn't really use that like C# does. On Nov 13, 8:18 pm, Zac Bowling zbowl...@gmail.com wrote: Still find PHP Namespaces weird. I wish one of the other proposals won out. Zac Bowling On Fri, Nov

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