[twitter-dev] Possible Bug in Twitter Search API

2009-05-15 Thread briantroy
I've noticed this before but always tried to deal with it as a bug on my side. It is, however, now clear to me that from time to time Twitter Search API seems to ignore the since_id. We track FollowFriday by polling Twitter Search every so often (the process is throttled from 10 seconds to 180

[twitter-dev] Re: Possible Bug in Twitter Search API

2009-05-15 Thread briantroy
the cause of your issue? Thanks;   – Matt Sanford / @mzsanford       Twitter Dev [1] -http://groups.google.com/group/twitter-development-talk/browse_frm/th... On May 15, 2009, at 7:50 AM, briantroy wrote: I've noticed this before but always tried to deal with it as a bug on my side

[twitter-dev] Re: Possible Bug in Twitter Search API

2009-05-15 Thread briantroy
been   removed. Does that sound like the cause of your issue? Thanks;   – Matt Sanford / @mzsanford       Twitter Dev [1] -http://groups.google.com/group/twitter-development-talk/browse_frm/th... On May 15, 2009, at 7:50 AM, briantroy wrote: I've noticed this before but always tried

[twitter-dev] Re: Twitpocalypse Announcement - 21:00 GMT

2009-06-12 Thread briantroy
Matt - Are we still on for 2pm Pacific? That is roughly 40 minutes out from right now. Please confirm for us we are still on (cause if we aren't I want to go to the pool :) ) Thanks! Brian Roy justSignal On Jun 12, 11:30 am, Matt Sanford m...@twitter.com wrote: Hello again,      The

[twitter-dev] HTTP 409 on status update via API

2009-08-06 Thread briantroy
This just started today. It was working fine before and early this morning. I'm send in user updates from a widget via API. My server is whitelisted and I've got a registered service. I get a HTTP 409 on every attempt to submit a status. Not sure why... You can try it here:

[twitter-dev] Re: HTTP 409 on status update via API

2009-08-06 Thread briantroy
Sorry... these are HTTP 408s... On Aug 6, 1:20 pm, briantroy brian.cosin...@gmail.com wrote: This just started today. It was working fine before and early this morning. I'm send in user updates from a widget via API. My server is whitelisted and I've got a registered service. I get a HTTP

[twitter-dev] Re: HTTP 409 on status update via API

2009-08-06 Thread briantroy
for the Streaming API. -John On Aug 6, 1:59 pm, Jennie Lees trin...@gmail.com wrote: Getting the same thing using the track function of the API. On Thu, Aug 6, 2009 at 9:43 PM, briantroy brian.cosin...@gmail.com wrote: Sorry... these are HTTP 408s... On Aug 6, 1:20 pm, briantroy

[twitter-dev] Re: HTTP 409 on status update via API

2009-08-06 Thread briantroy
They went away for a bit... and now not only am I getting 408's on update but validate credentials is failing as well On Aug 6, 2:56 pm, briantroy brian.cosin...@gmail.com wrote: Now twitter search API calls are hanging... just stall until they time out on my side On Aug 6, 2:30 pm

[twitter-dev] Re: HTTP 409 on status update via API

2009-08-07 Thread briantroy
:59 pm, Jennie Lees trin...@gmail.com wrote: Getting the same thing using the track function of the API. On Thu, Aug 6, 2009 at 9:43 PM, briantroy brian.cosin...@gmail.com wrote: Sorry... these are HTTP 408s... On Aug 6, 1:20 pm, briantroy brian.cosin...@gmail.com wrote

[twitter-dev] Re: DDoS Status Update

2009-08-07 Thread briantroy
I have a php/memcache based Twitter Throttle if anyone needs a reference implementation. Just drop me an email at brian dot roy at cosinity dot com On Aug 7, 11:49 am, Greg Avola gregory.av...@gmail.com wrote: This is happening all my applications. Clicking Allow - just causes the App to

[twitter-dev] Re: Twitter Update, 8/9 10am PST

2009-08-09 Thread briantroy
I'm actually clean - no problems for the last 2 days. I do, however have my app just following all re-directs. If it would help I can pull the follow on 302 and let you know what happens. Brian Roy justSignal On Aug 9, 10:42 am, Dewald Pretorius dpr...@gmail.com wrote: On Aug 9, 2:34 pm, Ryan

[twitter-dev] Search API - 403 bursts and (maybe) a caching issue.

2009-10-26 Thread briantroy
Everything below ONLY PERTAINS TO THE SEARCH API: 1) Since late last week I've noticed a significant number of 403 errors (403 Error from JSON: since_id too recent, poll less frequently). These usually indicate I'm hitting a server with an older view of the search index - since it thinks the ID

[twitter-dev] Re: Search API - 403 bursts and (maybe) a caching issue.

2009-10-26 Thread briantroy
DEBUG: 06:02:45 PM on Mon October 26th Old max: 5182676703 New max: 5182676703 As you can see I'm getting 0 tweets and a new max_id... that isn't good. Please advise. Regards, Brian Roy justSignal On Oct 26, 12:47 pm, briantroy brian.cosin...@gmail.com wrote: Everything below ONLY PERTAINS

[twitter-dev] Re: Search API - 403 bursts and (maybe) a caching issue.

2009-10-26 Thread briantroy
. Brian Roy justSignal On Oct 26, 12:47 pm, briantroy brian.cosin...@gmail.com wrote: Everything below ONLY PERTAINS TO THE SEARCH API: 1) Since late last week I've noticed a significant number of 403 errors (403 Error from JSON: since_id too recent, poll less frequently). These usually

[twitter-dev] Streaming API

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

[twitter-dev] Re: Streaming API

2009-11-18 Thread briantroy
/group/twitter-development-talk/browse_frm/th... -John Kaluckihttp://twitter.com/jkalucki Services, Twitter Inc. On Nov 18, 2:46 pm, briantroy brian.cosin...@gmail.com wrote: I have a question about the streaming API. I am currently whitelisted for the standard search API on several IP

[twitter-dev] Re: Streaming API

2009-11-19 Thread briantroy
steadily and progressively after a reasonable grace period. -John Kaluckihttp://twitter.com/jkalucki Services, Twitter Inc. On Nov 18, 3:25 pm, briantroy brian.cosin...@gmail.com wrote: Had a feeling that would be the response. How long will the current polling search API be alive

[twitter-dev] Rate Limit Error Messages?

2010-02-26 Thread briantroy
in question is: 174.129.117.107 It is (one of several) whitelisted under my username briantroy. Please advise ASAP. Brian Roy 602.325.3393 brian@justsignal.com

[twitter-dev] Re: Rate Limit Error Messages?

2010-02-26 Thread briantroy
Well that was strange... Now I'm fine again. Was there a burst of some issue with the Rate Limits? Thanks! Brian On Feb 26, 5:15 pm, briantroy brian.cosin...@gmail.com wrote: I just started getting rate limit errors from the Search API. I have not come anywhere near the limit for my

[twitter-dev] Streaming API JSON Decode Double Errors?

2010-03-13 Thread briantroy
We are doing are last bit of testing before cutting over to the streaming API and we see occasional errors: PHP Warning: [json] (json_encode_r) double INF does not conform to the JSON spec, encoded as 0. in /root/src/justsignal-twitter-stream/ twitter-track-class.php on line 154 PHP Warning:

[twitter-dev] Re: Streaming API JSON Decode Double Errors?

2010-03-13 Thread briantroy
=andrew%20badera On Sat, Mar 13, 2010 at 5:23 PM, briantroy brian.cosin...@gmail.com wrote: We are doing are last bit of testing before cutting over to the streaming API and we see occasional errors: PHP Warning:  [json] (json_encode_r) double INF does not conform to the JSON spec, encoded

[twitter-dev] Missing replies to followed user (streaming api)

2010-03-23 Thread briantroy
We seem to consistently miss replies to users using the streaming api. Our methodology: If one of our users specifies a twitter user name we both follow the user (using the folllow= predicate) and track on the user's username (using the track= predicate). Our assumption was that this would get

[twitter-dev] Re: Missing replies to followed user (streaming api)

2010-03-23 Thread briantroy
Mark - Two separate threads (one user is restricted track, the other is shadow). Track user/thread is running track=briantroy (along with 230 something other terms). The Follow thread/user is follow=4246611 - which is my userid (along with 60 something other user id's). Both threads have

[twitter-dev] Re: Missing replies to followed user (streaming api)

2010-03-23 Thread briantroy
your account and the time, in UTC, that you logged in the stream, I can look to see how many limit messages we've sent to you. -John Kaluckihttp://twitter.com/jkalucki Infrastructure, Twitter Inc. On Tue, Mar 23, 2010 at 2:28 PM, briantroy brian.cosin...@gmail.com wrote: Mark - Two

[twitter-dev] Re: Missing replies to followed user (streaming api)

2010-03-23 Thread briantroy
during this period. Brian On Mar 23, 4:05 pm, briantroy brian.cosin...@gmail.com wrote: John - We rarely get limit messages - and no, none have coincided with missing replies. Our last limit message was yesterday at: NOTICE: TRACK - NOTICE: Mon, 22 Mar 2010 22:52:28 -0400 Stream is limited

[twitter-dev] Re: Missing replies to followed user (streaming api)

2010-03-24 Thread briantroy
, briantroy brian.cosin...@gmail.com wrote: John - Here is a good example: These two tweets came in 2 minutes apart from 2 different 3rd party clients. We got one and not the other: http://bit.ly/cG9emM(Got this one) http://bit.ly/aFvimS(Not this one) No limit messages, re-connects