[twitter-dev] Re: Is the rate limiting on IP or User a/c

2009-07-16 Thread victor castleton
Hello All, can anybody tell how to stop me unwanted mail from coming, I am getting hundreds of mails and I cannot find the way to stop them. Thanks VJC -Original Message- From: twitter-development-talk@googlegroups.com [mailto:twitter-development-t...@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of LEE

[twitter-dev] Re: Is the rate limiting on IP or User a/c

2009-07-16 Thread Chris Thomson
Victor, email twitter-development-talk+unsubscr...@googlegroups.com to unsubscribe. -- Chris Thomson On 2009-07-16, at 2:15 AM, victor castleton vcastle...@optonline.net wrote: Hello All, can anybody tell how to stop me unwanted mail from coming, I am getting hundreds of mails and

[twitter-dev] Re: Is the rate limiting on IP or User a/c

2009-07-16 Thread Matt Sanford
And I did one better, I manually unsubscribed you from the management interface. — Matt On Jul 15, 2009, at 11:27 PM, Chris Thomson wrote: Victor, email twitter-development-talk+unsubscr...@googlegroups.com to unsubscribe. -- Chris Thomson On 2009-07-16, at 2:15 AM, victor castleton

[twitter-dev] Re: Is the rate limiting on IP or User a/c

2009-07-16 Thread jmathai
GET calls are IP based (yours, not the client's) and count against the rate limit generally mentioned. On Jul 15, 8:56 pm, LEE engho@gmail.com wrote: Hi All, I would like to ask, the default rate limit for calls to the REST API is 150 requests per hour, is the rate limiting on IP