I don't think white-listing is going to help with a latency problem. It only gets ya way more API GET requests per hour.
Latency issues are probably due to twitter infrastructure problems, i.e., delays in the back-end DB servers posting updates from the front-end UI servers. We've been seeing this recently with follow / un-follow requests. Your issue may be another symptom of the same root problem. Hope this helps. Jim Renkel -----Original Message----- From: email@example.com [mailto:twitter-development-t...@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of Andy Pirate Sent: Wednesday, September 02, 2009 01:28 To: Twitter Development Talk Cc: ma...@pwned.com Subject: [twitter-dev] Twitter IP Whitelisting So here's the deal. We've had the Twitter API integrated into Pwned.com for many months now. One problem we keep running into is that it updates our members Twitter WAY later. For example, it says so and so is playing on-line, but we processed that request hours ago and then it finally shows up on their feed. I have requested whitelisting before, but they claimed it was approved and I don't think that it is. We've had to severely limit our integration with Twitter because of this reason. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Andy