There have never been any conversations internally about shutting down services for competitive reasons. That would contradict our ethos of an open API and work against the fostering of a healthy ecosystem. The majority of our conversations center around how to stabilize the developer-base and ensure that our plans further the abilities of developers to innovate.
The only services that we proactively work to restrict are those which increase spam and abuse. Even then, we reach out and attempt to work with the developer before taking any action. If you have specific questions about your project, I'd be happy to take them off thread for privacy . 1. http://apiwiki.twitter.com/Support Thanks, Doug On Wed, Jul 15, 2009 at 2:34 PM, MakeMoney<chicagolocalde...@gmail.com> wrote: > > Thanks, This was very helpful. I do not use any sort of bots or > anything like that, and only people that wish to follow me follow me. > I would like to streamline my services though for nationwide offerings > and just wanted to make sure that I would invest in this and then have > it shut off. > > Brian >