1. It's been roughly 10 hours.  How about an update?

2. It'd be great if you would post this to status.twitter.com, in
addition to the developer mailing list.  Status is seen by more users,
and the last update you have on it is rather ambiguous.  When users
see that the Twitter web interface is up and running, they expect the
apps to be up and running as well.


On Aug 15, 1:08 pm, Doug Williams <d...@twitter.com> wrote:
> Hi all --If you have been monitoring our status blog [1] or been to
> Twitter.com today you have noticed that we are once again experiencing
> problems due to external causes. The issues causing the downtime require
> that we once again take measures to bring the site back online.
> The first step our operations team must take will likely cause API downtime,
> especially affecting OAuth. We apologize for the inconvenience and we will
> work quickly to reduce the impact to the API. We appreciate your patience
> and I will update you as soon as we know more.
> Thanks,
> Doug

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