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, as we're
> all going through it right now.  It's just harder on us because we're not
> privy to what Twitter knows right now (nor do we have the control they
> have).  Communication is key. (and tell Rodney I said hi Sean!)
>
> Jesse
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> On Fri, Aug 7, 2009 at 12:59 AM, Sean Callahan <seancalla...@gmail.com>wrote:
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> > Yeah Jesse, I hear you and am super bummed out. My service,
> > TweetPhoto.com, is also down in terms of users being able to login
> > through basic auth. It's been like that all day. No one has been able
> > to upload photos. I emailed Doug at Twitter and he requested my
> > server's IP address which I provided. I guess they are slowly trying
> > to bring apps back online. I just wish this happened a little sooner.
> > I feel totally helpless at the moment. What are your thoughts?
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> > On Aug 6, 6:25 pm, Jesse Stay <jesses...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > Why is Biz saying things are "back in action" when apps like mine, and
> > many
> > > other very large names are still broken from it.  Sending this message to
> > > users sends a false message to them stating they should expect we should
> > be
> > > up as well.  At a very minimum, please state the API is still having
> > issues
> > > so users can know what to expect:
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> > >http://blog.twitter.com/2009/08/update-on-todays-dos-attacks.html
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> > > Jesse

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