Um, I don't see any way for a user to turn the <geo_enabled> attribute
on and off. Oversight, I hope?
On Aug 20, 4:18 pm, Joel Strellner <j...@twitturly.com> wrote:
> Hi Ryan,
> Will this data be available in the streaming API too?
> On Thu, Aug 20, 2009 at 2:11 PM, @epc <epcoste...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Will twitter validate the coordinates (ie, what will the API do when I
> > pass lat=777&long=-666)?
> > If the coordinates are invalid, will the status get posted or will the
> > entire request get rejected with a 4xx code?
> > If a user has not enabled geolocating (<geo_enabled>false</
> > geo_enabled>), what happens if I pass in coordinates for that user?
> > Silently ignored?
> > Geo data will be attached to individual tweets and not users, right?
> > This will have no effect on the <location> field in a user profile?
> > --
> > -ed costello