[twitter-dev] User ID to Screen Name

2009-10-24 Thread Scott Wilcox
Hi folks, I don't know whether I'm missing something completely simple here, but how do I determine a screen name from a users id? Scott.

[twitter-dev] Re: User ID to Screen Name

2009-10-25 Thread Scott Wilcox
Thanks :) I figured that would be the only way, cheers Damon! Sent from my iPhone On 25 Oct 2009, at 02:51, Damon Clinkscales sca...@pobox.com wrote: On Sat, Oct 24, 2009 at 12:52 PM, Scott Wilcox sc...@tig.gr wrote: I don't know whether I'm missing something completely simple here

[twitter-dev] Most frequent term

2009-10-25 Thread Scott Wilcox
Hi Folks. Whats the best way of seeing what locations in the world are most talked about, and the frequency of which they are talked about? Is this possible and are there any pointers in going about it? Thank you for taking the time to read. Scott.

[twitter-dev] Re: PHP Libraries for OAuth

2009-11-01 Thread Scott Wilcox
I much prefer using http://wiki.github.com/jmathai/twitter-async Scott. On 1 Nov 2009, at 19:57, Michael Mokrysz wrote: Hi, I've been messing around with the API for a while now and I've been wondering whether there's any particular consensus over the best library to use with PHP? Up to

[twitter-dev] Re: PHP Libraries for OAuth

2009-11-01 Thread Scott Wilcox
is technically very sound, extremely well thought out and continuously being improved. Moreover, jmathai is very helpful and responds to questions/requests etc within hours. Big fan. Plus, you get the advantage of asynchronous calls... On Nov 1, 2009, at 12:37 PM, Scott Wilcox sc...@tig.gr

[twitter-dev] Firehose Sample Geo Only

2009-11-02 Thread Scott Wilcox
Hi Folks, After seeing Kal's post earlier, I was wondering its its possible to filter a set of statuses only to be returned if they have geodata (other statuses aren't useful to me for this project). Is this possible? Scott.

[twitter-dev] Re: Firehose Sample Geo Only

2009-11-03 Thread Scott Wilcox
Thought so! Is it something you're thinking of implementing at any stage? On 3 Nov 2009, at 01:52, Raffi Krikorian wrote: hi scott. unfortunately, not currently. right now you need to filter through the statuses to see ones that have a populated geo tag. Hi Folks, After seeing

[twitter-dev] Re: Firehose Sample Geo Only

2009-11-04 Thread Scott Wilcox
if we simply increased the sampling rate on the existing streams. -John Kalucki http://twitter.com/jkalucki Services, Twitter Inc. On Nov 3, 1:52 am, Scott Wilcox sc...@tig.gr wrote: Thought so! Is it something you're thinking of implementing at any stage? On 3 Nov 2009, at 01:52, Raffi

[twitter-dev] Keyword Searching

2009-12-20 Thread Scott Wilcox
Hi folks, I'm interesting in collecting all tweets containing a selection of words. Whats the best way of fetching all tweets that contain one of these words or will I need to search via each one in turn? I'm going to be building a visualisation of certain terms, that's why I'm asking. Nothing

Re: [twitter-dev] Keyword Searching

2009-12-20 Thread Scott Wilcox
That's what I was thinking, thanks Cameron :) On 20 Dec 2009, at 18:36, Cameron Kaiser wrote: I'm interesting in collecting all tweets containing a selection of words. Whats the best way of fetching all tweets that contain one of these words Sounds like a job for the Streaming API. --

Re: [twitter-dev] thank you

2010-01-20 Thread Scott Wilcox
agreed. On 20 Jan 2010, at 12:25, Andrew Badera wrote: Thank you, Twitter team, for updating the status blog relatively promptly this morning. That's a welcome change. ∞ Andy Badera ∞ +1 518-641-1280 Google Voice ∞ This email is: [ ] bloggable [x] ask first [ ] private ∞ Google me:

[twitter-dev] Twitter Running Statistics

2010-02-15 Thread Scott Wilcox
Raffi, Just out of pure curiosity, does Twitter have any statistic pages anywhere regarding the volume of tweets processed etc? Scott. smime.p7s Description: S/MIME cryptographic signature

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Application Suspended

2010-02-15 Thread Scott Wilcox
On 15 Feb 2010, at 22:59, Abraham Williams wrote: On Mon, Feb 15, 2010 at 14:55, Cameron Kaiser spec...@floodgap.com wrote: Quite. I've never felt in any way intimidated by the API group, and any disagreements I have had with their policies have been entirely constructive. Ditto. However

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Yet Another Rate Limit Question

2010-02-16 Thread Scott Wilcox
No, they're not rate limited. On 16 Feb 2010, at 10:54, Paul wrote: Great; thanks for the clarification. I guess the last confusion I have is regarding the authorization request itself. Is that counted as an api request? That is, if I get 400 users and hour, each posting a single update,

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Application Suspended

2010-02-16 Thread Scott Wilcox
Perfectly put Ryan. On 16 Feb 2010, at 18:46, Ryan Sarver wrote: Sorry I am a little late to the thread and there are a lot of topics here so I'll do my best to cover them. 1. Email notices - we send out an email for warnings and for suspensions every time to the email on record for the

Re: [twitter-dev] huge Fail Whale quotient suddenly

2010-02-17 Thread Scott Wilcox
Perhaps some kind of status indication such as green/amber/red lights? Scott. On 17 Feb 2010, at 06:54, Tim Haines wrote: Hey Raffi, It would probably be helpful for a lot of us if the status blog (or another secondary indicator) was more accurate in terms of being a problem/no problem

[twitter-dev] Quite possibly the best tweet I've ever seen.

2010-02-17 Thread Scott Wilcox
Hi folks, I wouldn't usually post something of this nature but I think you'll agree its worth reading. I give you quite possibly the best tweet I've ever seen: http://twitter.com/lancearmstrong/status/9045920131 Scott. smime.p7s Description: S/MIME cryptographic signature

Re: [twitter-dev] Quite possibly the best tweet I've ever seen.

2010-02-17 Thread Scott Wilcox
I'll be sure to check them out! On 17 Feb 2010, at 19:21, John Meyer wrote: On 2/17/2010 12:09 PM, Scott Wilcox wrote: Hi folks, I wouldn't usually post something of this nature but I think you'll agree its worth reading. I give you quite possibly the best tweet I've ever seen: http

[twitter-dev] Processing 'dead' users

2010-02-17 Thread Scott Wilcox
Hello, At tweekly.fm we probably have around 1000-2000 accounts where users haven't removed their accounts and have just removed permission for the app to run. Once our weekly processes run, they return the expected 'Could not authenticate you' errors. Whats going to be the best way to run

Re: [twitter-dev] rejecting tweets that are greater than 140 characters

2010-02-17 Thread Scott Wilcox
Thats brilliant, I've been wanting this for a long time now. On 17 Feb 2010, at 19:48, Raffi Krikorian wrote: hi all. one of the complaints we hear about a lot is that statuses/update silently rejects tweets that are greater than 140 characters (as well as silently dropping duplicate

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Bulk creation of Twitter Accounts

2010-02-19 Thread Scott Wilcox
There isn't one. On 19 Feb 2010, at 21:56, Abigail Fabien wrote: Do you know of any mechanism for creating those accounts? On Feb 19, 3:42 pm, Andrew Badera and...@badera.us wrote: There are certainly valid use cases for automatic account creation, but I have yet to see a valid mechanism

Re: [twitter-dev] Introduce yourself!

2010-02-20 Thread Scott Wilcox
Hi, I'm Scott Wilcox (@dordotky). I'm a freelance developer and currently run and maintain the http://tweekly.fm and http://laststat.us services. I developer mostly in PHP over the majority of my projects but plan to switch to either Ruby or Python this year. I'm also an iPhone developer

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Introduce yourself!

2010-02-22 Thread Scott Wilcox
I hear to get a link in that space you have to be sleeping with one of the team ;) On 22 Feb 2010, at 14:19, twittelator wrote: I'd love feature parity with Twitter web - like a flag to home timeline that would include RT's. I'd like access to xAUTH like some other vendors already have, to

Re: [twitter-dev] Rate Limit Problem

2010-02-22 Thread Scott Wilcox
Hi, Are you sure thats not the user you're requesting being suspended rather that you? Have you checked your HTTP response to see how many API calls you have left? Scott. On 22 Feb 2010, at 13:23, jtrigsby wrote: Greetings gang, I'm running into a problem that I suspect is rate limit

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Introduce yourself!

2010-02-22 Thread Scott Wilcox
then. Cheers, -mike On Feb 22, 11:23 am, Andrew Badera and...@badera.us wrote: I heard the ante's been up'd to a train. --ab On Mon, Feb 22, 2010 at 10:47 AM, Scott Wilcox sc...@tig.gr wrote: I hear to get a link in that space you have to be sleeping with one of the team ;) On 22

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Streaming API connection abandonment separation anxiety issues

2010-02-22 Thread Scott Wilcox
Same issue here, over the past six hours more than ever. On 22 Feb 2010, at 19:13, John Kalucki wrote: One further note: A reasonable workaround for the moment is to, if your client allows iotcls, set a socket timeout of about 90 seconds on your streaming api connection. The servers

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Rate Limit Problem

2010-02-22 Thread Scott Wilcox
No problem. :) Scott On 22 Feb 2010, at 19:18, jtrigsby wrote: That was exactly the problem! Thanks Scott... I never would have thought of that! jtrigsby On Feb 23, 9:45 am, Scott Wilcox sc...@tig.gr wrote: Hi, Are you sure thats not the user you're requesting being suspended rather

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Streaming API connection abandonment separation anxiety issues

2010-02-22 Thread Scott Wilcox
connections. -John On Mon, Feb 22, 2010 at 1:53 PM, Scott Wilcox sc...@tig.gr wrote: Same issue here, over the past six hours more than ever. On 22 Feb 2010, at 19:13, John Kalucki wrote: One further note: A reasonable workaround for the moment is to, if your client allows iotcls, set

Re: [twitter-dev] What's expected in a good User Agent?

2010-02-23 Thread Scott Wilcox
Hi, I'd at least place an email address is useful incase your client has an issue, they can then contact you to resolve it. Scott. On 23 Feb 2010, at 01:30, enderp wrote: Hi all, I'm using the search API with CURL and I know how to set a user agent. My question is, what does twitter want

[twitter-dev] Client/Service Publishing Statistics per Day

2010-02-24 Thread Scott Wilcox
Hi folks, A preview of something I'm currently working on. Statistics of the day so far in numbers. Check out the preview at http://dor.ky/research/twitter-source Ideas/Comments/Suggestions most welcome. Once this is issued live, it'll only show the previous days figures. At present these are

[twitter-dev] Rate Limiting Check

2010-02-26 Thread Scott Wilcox
Hi folks, If you ever bump into rate limiting issues and want to check your remaining balance from a third party site, I've added a small feature to allow you to do so. It'll display your hourly limit, remaining calls, reset time and time from now for reset (ie, 30 minutes). Its pretty much a

Re: [twitter-dev] Rate Limiting Check

2010-02-26 Thread Scott Wilcox
Currently looking more into this. It appears that you're not limited by User or IP but rather a combination of the two. Ryan could you comment on this? Is this the expected behaviour? Scott. On 26 Feb 2010, at 14:06, Scott Wilcox wrote: Hi folks, If you ever bump into rate limiting issues

[twitter-dev] Timeline Issue

2010-02-28 Thread Scott Wilcox
Just a heads up to John/Raffi etc. There currently seems to be an issue with the timelines for some users. Across my accounts, I've got no tweets coming in for the past couple of hours, whereas other accounts are showing them fine. (Yes, I've confirmed there should be new tweets showing up!)

Re: [twitter-dev] Timeline Issue

2010-02-28 Thread Scott Wilcox
Just a follow up on this. For users I've started following since this happened, their tweets show up in my timeline yet the users I was already following do not. Scott. On 28 Feb 2010, at 12:02, Scott Wilcox wrote: Just a heads up to John/Raffi etc. There currently seems to be an issue

Re: [twitter-dev] Timeline Issue

2010-02-28 Thread Scott Wilcox
:39 PM, Scott Wilcox sc...@tig.gr wrote: Just a follow up on this. For users I've started following since this happened, their tweets show up in my timeline yet the users I was already following do not. Scott. On 28 Feb 2010, at 12:02, Scott Wilcox wrote: Just a heads up to John/Raffi

Re: [twitter-dev] Timeline Issue

2010-02-28 Thread Scott Wilcox
, Scott Wilcox sc...@tig.gr wrote: Nope, just a delay in accepting my post :) What was the cause? Scott. On 28 Feb 2010, at 22:16, Raffi Krikorian wrote: is this still occurring? we've posted the following on our status blog http://status.twitter.com/post/418019220/some-users

Re: [twitter-dev] Timeline Issue

2010-02-28 Thread Scott Wilcox
rofl, i thought as much :P On 1 Mar 2010, at 01:21, Cameron Kaiser wrote: next question is, why do my replies seem to be taking an age to hit the list today? Not many mods around or something? All watching the hockey? :P Too much hash last night, sorry. --

Re: [twitter-dev] Protected users and the users they are following

2010-03-01 Thread Scott Wilcox
Hello, This is a known issue. Scott. On 1 Mar 2010, at 14:33, Moshe C. wrote: How come authentication is required for APIs returning followed users of a protected user (friends/ids, statuses/friends) , but this info is open via the Twitter Web site ? smime.p7s Description: S/MIME

Re: [twitter-dev] Follow me on Twitter

2010-03-03 Thread Scott Wilcox
Hello Alex, Not really, no. They'll at least have to travel to the Twitter site to go through the OAuth process. Scott. On 3 Mar 2010, at 02:58, AlexBeck wrote: I am creating a project for a rather large client, and have run into a twitter api question. The client wants to create a follow

Re: [twitter-dev] What is the correct OAuth API endpoint

2010-03-03 Thread Scott Wilcox
Zhami, I'd go with https://api.twitter.com/1 Scott. On 3 Mar 2010, at 15:02, Zhami wrote: What is the correct API end-point for OAuth authenticated, *documented* API calls? http(s)://twitter.com http(s)://api.twitter.com http(s)://api.twitter.com/1 smime.p7s Description: S/MIME

Re: [twitter-dev] Problem sending tweets with nbsp chars

2010-03-08 Thread Scott Wilcox
Agreed, I strip out too. On 8 Mar 2010, at 15:57, Brian Smith wrote: Hi Taylor, I tried %20 along with a lot of other things and nbsp; was the only thing that worked in all places -- the web, Twitter clients, and SMS messages to cell phones. Other than this problem, it has worked great

Re: [twitter-dev] Twitter API Request to Get the List of Friends Who have not followed you back

2010-03-09 Thread Scott Wilcox
There is no API endpoint for this. You will need to build it clientside yourself. Get your list of followers and friends and then compare. Scott. On 9 Mar 2010, at 10:51, Durrab wrote: Hello, My name is Durrab and I want Twitter to Provide one more API Request as those Friends

Re: [twitter-dev] Is this legit Twitter API?

2010-03-11 Thread Scott Wilcox
Hello, You're accessing an API resource that requires authentication in the URL, thats why you're being prompted for a username and password. I have no idea about the tumblr page you've seen but there are plenty of Basic auth applications still out there. Scott. On 11 Mar 2010, at 12:06,

Re: [twitter-dev] missing tweets

2010-03-15 Thread Scott Wilcox
Not sure if the cause is known but I reported it earlier as well. Tweetie has been doing it for about seven hours now. Scott. On 15 Mar 2010, at 14:12, TJ Luoma wrote: I've seen Tweetie on the Mac and Brizzly users both complaining that twitter.com is showing them tweets that the others are

Re: [twitter-dev] missing tweets

2010-03-15 Thread Scott Wilcox
New tweets for me John. Its just started doing it again. Lots of new tweets in timeline via twitter.com, nothing via Tweetie/API. I have noticed a few times of Tweetie reporting errors with since_id, not too sure if thats a client problem or your side. Scott. On 15 Mar 2010, at 14:30, John

Re: [twitter-dev] missing tweets

2010-03-15 Thread Scott Wilcox
? is it via tweetie and / or via the API? there is a known issue with tweetie desktop that we have reported to loren, but i don't (currently) know of an error via the API. thanks. On Mon, Mar 15, 2010 at 7:38 AM, Scott Wilcox sc...@tig.gr wrote: New tweets for me John. Its just started

Re: [twitter-dev] What's happening with Tweetie for Mac

2010-04-12 Thread Scott Wilcox
I second Abraham's view on this. On 12 Apr 2010, at 17:04, Abraham Williams wrote: There are a number of people that would like Twitter to consider open sourcing Tweetie for Mac: http://act.ly/1w1 There is much to be gained such as community contributed patches, a more competitive

Re: [twitter-dev] Auto tweeting - guidelines and reporting bad practice

2010-08-17 Thread Scott Wilcox
Do it, do it, do it! teehee! On 17 Aug 2010, at 19:42, M. Edward (Ed) Borasky wrote: I'm seriously considering a blog post about it - someone talk me out of it! -- M. Edward (Ed) Borasky http://borasky-research.net http://twitter.com/znmeb A mathematician is a device for turning

Re: [twitter-dev] Simple way to get user timeline?

2010-09-01 Thread Scott Wilcox
In your applications profile, there is a section for your own tokens which eradicates the need for pushing through the user authentication process. You can use a library to make OAuth requests from that point on, one of which calls will be the user_timeline. Scott. On 1 Sep 2010, at 08:17,

Re: [twitter-dev] All Linux applications for Twitter broken...

2010-09-03 Thread Scott Wilcox
Hmm, that would be down to the developers of said applications not moving them to OAuth, nothing to do with Twitter. They've had plenty of time and warnings to do so. Don't take it out on Twitter when its down to the developers of the applications to maintain them. On 3 Sep 2010, at 22:43,

Re: [twitter-dev] Twitter-async now let's you view a sequence diagram of calls

2010-09-04 Thread Scott Wilcox
That's a fantastic addition to an already great library. Great work! On 4 Sep 2010, at 21:22, jmathai wrote: The twitter-async library on github now lets you easily view a sequence diagram of calls. This is specifically useful when you're making multiple calls asynchronously. Here's a

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Twitter-async now let's you view a sequence diagram of calls

2010-09-04 Thread Scott Wilcox
:). The same sweetness will be added to my fork of Twilio and Facebook's library as well :). I think my goal in life is to add asynchronous-ness to all php libraries :). On Sep 4, 1:31 pm, Scott Wilcox sc...@dor.ky wrote: That's a fantastic addition to an already great library. Great work

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: About OAuth

2010-09-05 Thread Scott Wilcox
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Re: [twitter-dev] Searching for old tweets

2010-09-15 Thread Scott Wilcox
Not currently, no. On 15 Sep 2010, at 21:15, Mauricio Aniche wrote: Hi, I need to search for old tweets with some specific hashtag. I want to use it in my master thesis to illustrate how popular of the term got. Unfortunately, the API only returns tweets for the last 10 days or so. Is

Re: [twitter-dev] Chirrup! with new Authentication Method (OAuth?)

2010-09-20 Thread Scott Wilcox
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Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Authorizing for partial control

2010-09-20 Thread Scott Wilcox
Agreed completely. I understand why people want scope for permissions ala Facebook, but I quite like the way Twitter is. The whole big issue here is that people seem to think DM's are a sacred medium for secure communication when that simply isn't the case. A DM is just a normal tweet directed

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Status Updates

2010-09-21 Thread Scott Wilcox
Hi, I'd second that completely. Users *really* dislike finding messages directed to/at them for keyword tracking. The first thing I do is block and report that account for spam. Its one of my pet peeves regarding the streaming api/tracking. Scott. On 21 Sep 2010, at 16:00, Taylor Singletary

Re: [twitter-dev] Status Updates

2010-09-21 Thread Scott Wilcox
Hi, If I came across your app doing that, I'd block it and then report it as spam immediately. In my opinion, you're spamming via @replies - the reason for doing so it irrelevant. I'd imagine your app getting shut down pretty quickly. Scott. On 21 Sep 2010, at 07:44, Goran Popovic wrote:

Re: [twitter-dev] OAuth request token URL

2010-09-23 Thread Scott Wilcox
Yes, you can dynamically provide a callback URL, but you still need to enter one in the applications settings. Scott. On 23 Sep 2010, at 07:34, kengimel wrote: Hi, I recently register my twitter application and obtained my OAuth consumer credentials. However i noticed that when

Re: [twitter-dev] User Access Tokens and direct messages

2010-09-24 Thread Scott Wilcox
You're quite free to store the users tokens and their user ID. Keep in mind you can only DM those who are following you. Scott. On 24 Sep 2010, at 21:58, Dialflow wrote: Hello all: New to the forum but looking for some help. I'm an engineer but not a hacker, and have been having a

Re: [twitter-dev] Twitter API - Sample PHP Script

2010-09-28 Thread Scott Wilcox
Hi, Take a look at http://github.com/dordotky/oauth-examples I've got a few sample scripts there. Scott. On 28 Sep 2010, at 13:42, Velvet wrote: Hello, This is the first time I work on a API installation, Therefore be patient with me. I'm looking into installing a script on my website

Re: [twitter-dev] Adding twitter message

2010-10-03 Thread Scott Wilcox
First of all, turn PHP errors on and then try. How do you expect to track down an error with error reporting on? On 3 Oct 2010, at 08:01, plw wrote: At the top of my page I have include 'lib/EpiCurl.php'; include 'lib/EpiOAuth.php'; include 'lib/EpiTwitter.php'; include 'lib/secret.php';

Re: [twitter-dev] One Click Background Image Upload

2010-10-03 Thread Scott Wilcox
None that I've seen, you'll have to write your own. On 3 Oct 2010, at 11:05, gerri50 wrote: I have a wordpress site and have put together background images. Is there a solution out there that I can put up on the site that allows readers to simply click and upload the background to Twitter

Re: [twitter-dev] TweeteRapid

2010-10-03 Thread Scott Wilcox
If you use the URL that is provided in a user data block, it doesn't count. If you use the forwarding URL for profile photos, that does count. Ratelimited Forwarding URL: https://api.twitter.com/1/users/profile_image/dordotky Not Ratelimited:

Re: [twitter-dev] Adding twitter message

2010-10-03 Thread Scott Wilcox
er, off. Also: $twitterObj = new EpiTwitter($consumer_key, $consumer_secret); You are only providing consumer keys, you need to provider user keys too (probably the ones under 'My Access Token'). Scott. On 3 Oct 2010, at 08:01, plw wrote: At the top of my page I have include

Re: [twitter-dev] about Rate-limit

2010-10-03 Thread Scott Wilcox
Each user gets 350 calls per hour via your application. On 3 Oct 2010, at 23:08, Emre GÜLCAN wrote: Hi everbody, I know this issue talked many times before different ways in this list. But I don't understand something about rate-limiting. As a portal developer, I'm using Twitter API to show

Re: [twitter-dev] SSL required

2010-10-13 Thread Scott Wilcox
You should be calling https://, http:// on the URIs. On 13 Oct 2010, at 10:13, Georgooty varghese wrote: Dear Twitter, I have some doubts. I have used xaith authentication for my application. I have implemented a twitter client in c#.net. Now I have used to implement a twitter client in

Re: [twitter-dev] De-duplicating Site Streams

2010-10-27 Thread Scott Wilcox
Hi Marc, I'd throw the hat in for MongoDB, its retardedly fast and I now adore it. Pop me a message on Twitter if you'd like to discuss it more. Scott. On 27 Oct 2010, at 19:05, M. Edward (Ed) Borasky wrote: Quoting Marc Mims marc.m...@gmail.com: De-duplicating statuses in the Streaming

Re: [twitter-dev] twivatar points to GoDaddy.com Why?

2010-11-01 Thread Scott Wilcox
Either their domain has expired or they've sold it to sedoparking. Either way, look at implementing your own avatar cache. On 31 Oct 2010, at 11:32, wannagoogle wrote: I have been using http://twivatar.org/[screen_name]/[size]; to load twitter user's avatar. I just noticed something today.

Re: [twitter-dev] Twitter stopped working

2010-11-02 Thread Scott Wilcox
Your machine's time should always be accurate. Run NTPd or similar. There is no way of bypassing the nonce checking. You can use the headers from Twitters responses in place of your own servers time if need be. Scott. On 2 Nov 2010, at 10:04, Knutsford Software wrote: Is it possible to

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: statuses/user_timeline count bug

2010-12-07 Thread Scott Wilcox
Use a count of 10 and trim on your end. On 7 Dec 2010, at 11:29, L0rdJ wrote: Hi Taylor, But how can i get for example last 5 user`s tweets (without the retweets)? On 6 дек, 17:50, Taylor Singletary taylorsinglet...@twitter.com wrote: Hi L0rdJ, This is how the Twitter REST API count

Re: [twitter-dev] Unsubscription Process

2010-12-23 Thread Scott Wilcox
Seems you've somehow missed: Change your membership to this group: http://groups.google.com/group/twitter-development-talk at the bottom of every email. On 23 Dec 2010, at 11:19, Itsscotty wrote: Hi, How do I stop getting all these twitter emails -- Twitter developer

Re: [twitter-dev] Straight Tweeting Directly To Twitter

2010-12-24 Thread Scott Wilcox
Hello, I've placed a few examples on Github. Take a look at: https://github.com/dordotky/oauth-examples/blob/master/single-account-use/update-status.php Scott. On 23 Dec 2010, at 21:29, Resolute Innovations wrote: I have an app on my website. Once a user posts a message to this app I would

Re: [twitter-dev] /1/account/settings.json and sleep_time

2010-12-31 Thread Scott Wilcox
I think the sleep time is for notifications sent via txt. IE, quiet periods when not to send. Scott. On 31 Dec 2010, at 11:48, Tom van der Woerdt wrote: I've never seen sleep_time before and the first result on google is your question. In fact, I've never seen account/settings before, which

Re: [twitter-dev] Exposing IP addresses for legal threats

2011-01-04 Thread Scott Wilcox
://dev.twitter.com/doc API updates via Twitter: http://twitter.com/twitterapi Issues/Enhancements Tracker: http://code.google.com/p/twitter-api/issues/list Change your membership to this group: http://groups.google.com/group/twitter-development-talk Scott Wilcox t: +44 (0) 7538 842418 +1

Re: [twitter-dev] regarding api to know email id is register with twitter or not

2011-02-01 Thread Scott Wilcox
There are currently no API methods to allow you to do this. On 1 Feb 2011, at 10:28, sudhanshu wrote: Hello, I have email list now i want to know email is register with twitter or not What api is provided by twitter? Where i will got..? -- Twitter developer documentation

Re: [twitter-dev] New Twitter bug?

2011-02-02 Thread Scott Wilcox
Hello, Tweetdeck uses the OAuth/Streaming API which is independent of your password. Are you suggesting that when you change your password it should invalidate your OAuth connections? If so, then no, it does not do that. Scott. On 2 Feb 2011, at 14:18, cazz wrote: I can hardly believe

Re: [twitter-dev] OAuth Token expires or no?

2011-02-03 Thread Scott Wilcox
Correct, tokens don't expire. If you're getting that, either your calls are being sent incorrect or permission has been revoked. Scott. On 3 Feb 2011, at 17:32, Lab Tech wrote: I am developing an auto post app and last night it worked perfectly, this morning however I am getting a 401 Could

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: OAuth Token expires or no?

2011-02-03 Thread Scott Wilcox
, Scott Wilcox sc...@dor.ky wrote: Correct, tokens don't expire. If you're getting that, either your calls are being sent incorrect or permission has been revoked. On 3 Feb 2011, at 17:32, Lab Tech wrote: I am developing an auto post app and last night it worked perfectly, this morning

Re: [twitter-dev] Get all Followers

2011-02-15 Thread Scott Wilcox
Use the provided cursors to move through your followers. On 15 Feb 2011, at 10:11, arfaRed wrote: Hi, I am retrieving followers using the following API http://api.twitter.com/1/statuses/followers/twitter.json. But this returns 100 followers only. What if I have more than 100 followers on

Re: [twitter-dev] Twitter OAuth PHP - Submit tweets without user login?

2011-02-17 Thread Scott Wilcox
Use the 'My Access Token' provided in your App page at http://dev.twitter.com which will negate the need to go through the OAuth dance. Scott. On 17 Feb 2011, at 17:25, Adamantus wrote: I'm using the Twitter OAuth API to try and submit tweets from my site's code. I have the example up and

Re: [twitter-dev] signup API

2011-02-24 Thread Scott Wilcox
There is no public API for this at the moment. Sent from my iPhone On 24 Feb 2011, at 17:34, Anil replic...@gmail.com wrote: Is it possible to signup to Twitter using some kind of signup API? I looked, and didn't see anything. Thanks -- Twitter developer documentation and resources:

Re: [twitter-dev] Twitter API - Logout

2011-02-26 Thread Scott Wilcox
There is no 'logout' functions. The API is stateless. When you get OAuth tokens for a user, you're not logging them in, you're merely getting access to their account. Any login/logout functionality must be implemented by you. Scott. On 26 Feb 2011, at 13:34, Dheeraj wrote: I'm using OAuth

Re: [twitter-dev] twitter functions

2011-02-26 Thread Scott Wilcox
No, at the moment, the 'mentioning' of those users is the only possible way. On 26 Feb 2011, at 10:43, fabian kwa wrote: is it possible to tag a group of ppl without having to type @asdfhhjk @sdfglh @fghlsdf (follow the message) is there a simpler way?? regards fabian -- Twitter

Re: [twitter-dev] Getting larger scale user avatars

2011-02-26 Thread Scott Wilcox
Hi Tom, You can change the ending of the URL to manipulate the image, like so: This is the returned JSON which is 48x48px: profile_image_url : http://a1.twimg.com/profile_images/1229819325/bw_normal.jpg; 73x73px: http://a1.twimg.com/profile_images/1229819325/bw_bigger.jpg Original:

Re: [twitter-dev] direct_messages/new giving error 'Incorrect signature'

2011-02-28 Thread Scott Wilcox
I'd guess that you're not encoded the message content properly. On 28 Feb 2011, at 08:10, BITS wrote: Hello, I want to sent private message to followers. I am using direct_messages/new for this. It is giving error response as Array ( [request] = /direct_messages/new.json

Re: [twitter-dev] Can Twitter authentication values be returned in SEO friendly patterns

2011-02-28 Thread Scott Wilcox
No. On 28 Feb 2011, at 07:32, Bluesapphire wrote: Hi! Currently Ima receiving values in following format: http://localhost.com/demo/user/login/? oauth_token=abcdefghijklmno12n3n4n5n6oauth_verifier=j2j3j4j5j6j7j89j1j2j3j4j5j6j7j8 Can it be possible that I receive these values in following

Re: [twitter-dev] Is there a feature in the API to access past number of lists?

2011-03-03 Thread Scott Wilcox
No, there are no current endpoints that could provide you with this information. You would have to start tracking it yourself to do so. On 3 Mar 2011, at 17:54, bunguman wrote: Hello, I have a question about accessing the list data. I want to see the past fluctuations of the number lists

Re: [twitter-dev] users/lookup.json

2011-03-06 Thread Scott Wilcox
No, you'll need to use OAuth. On 6 Mar 2011, at 02:46, NARESH JONNALA wrote: thanx mabujo, i am trying to fetch data using curl, but i don't know, how to do... could you give an example please. is any non-oauth way is there, to fetch friends info? On Sun, Mar 6, 2011 at 12:20 AM,

Re: [twitter-dev] Can't sign in to dev.twitter.com

2011-03-06 Thread Scott Wilcox
You should already be signed in with your Twitter account if you've come from twitter.com (and were signed in). Failing that, goto http://dev.twitter.com/login and sign in with your twitter username and password. Scott. On 6 Mar 2011, at 15:39, upshot wrote: We want to register an app (I

Re: [twitter-dev] Tweet(s) to XML or JSON

2011-03-07 Thread Scott Wilcox
http://dev.twitter.com/doc/get/statuses/show/:id Sent from my iPhone On 7 Mar 2011, at 11:56, mahorad maho...@gmail.com wrote: Hello Gurus How can I get the XML or JSON format out of a Tweet or a bunch of Tweets? -- Twitter developer documentation and resources:

Re: [twitter-dev] Policy on opening up more than one stream using the same credentials

2011-03-09 Thread Scott Wilcox
If you connect more than one application to a stream, it'll disconnect your other one from what I've seen in practice. Use a separate account which then means you're adhering to the TOS. On 9 Mar 2011, at 16:45, EastSideDev wrote: I am developing an application, and I need to open up two

Re: [twitter-dev] Twitter Dev: Possible to reassign credentials?

2011-03-09 Thread Scott Wilcox
I'd contact a...@twitter.com to ask. On 9 Mar 2011, at 21:51, Jessica Cheung wrote: Hi All, Thanks in advance for the help. We have a developer that used his own twitter credentials to register on dev.twitter.com, but are looking to re-assign to another developer. Is it possible to

Re: [twitter-dev] consistency and ecosystem opportunities

2011-03-12 Thread Scott Wilcox
Hello, For a few days now I've read what people have said in reply to the update from Ryan. There are some crazy reactions and responses to what Ryan has said. In essence, the entire reaction is my opinion is completely overblown. Not in any sense what-so-ever have Twitter said that you can no

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: consistency and ecosystem opportunities

2011-03-12 Thread Scott Wilcox
Perhaps Ryan was urging folks to spend their time and money on creating innovative products and not on a new client that would probably not get a large user base due to the official clients marketshare? On 13 Mar 2011, at 00:29, Shannon Whitley wrote: I was hoping that Ryan was just a few

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: Do new ToS conditions apply to my app?

2011-03-12 Thread Scott Wilcox
For those following this thread, I've just posted on a similar one. I don't think any fear of having your application shut down will come to fruition. I feel that I could safely say that only applications that generate spam like noise will be removed. I really don't see non-spam like

Re: [twitter-dev] consistency and ecosystem opportunities

2011-03-12 Thread Scott Wilcox
so the only access to one's timeline is via a first-party app. Scott Wilcox wrote: Hello, For a few days now I've read what people have said in reply to the update from Ryan. There are some crazy reactions and responses to what Ryan has said. In essence, the entire reaction is my

Re: [twitter-dev] consistency and ecosystem opportunities

2011-03-13 Thread Scott Wilcox
Providing you don't participate in any spamming, I would think your application is perfectly safe. On 13 Mar 2011, at 11:51, Dustin Lennon wrote: I guess what I would like to know is since I'm a hobbyist, am I going to get my token revoked just because I write a client that is just for my

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: consistency and ecosystem opportunities

2011-03-13 Thread Scott Wilcox
You still have the ability to change to a newly developed client if you want to. Sent from my iPhone On 13 Mar 2011, at 18:50, Dewald Pretorius dpr...@gmail.com wrote: I used to be counted in the 90% until they defaced Tweetie, sorry, Twitter for iPhone with that moronic #DickBar that shoves

Re: [twitter-dev] Re: get user email address

2011-03-14 Thread Scott Wilcox
Hello, As Taylor has just said to you, it is impossible to get a users email address from the Twitter REST API. If you want a users email address you will have to explicitly ask them for it yourself. Scott. On 14 Mar 2011, at 22:32, Andrey Kostromin wrote: I make site registration with

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