A final question, will home_timeline also follow this same format, as the docs still have the old format.
On Oct 1, 6:46 am, Rich <rhyl...@gmail.com> wrote: > One question though I notice you're adding the RT @user at the > beginning, is this intentional or can we add it ourselves (as some > people prefer the RT <message> (via @user) format) > > On Oct 1, 6:44 am, Rich <rhyl...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > > > Sorry ignore me, lack of sleep and I missed the <text> tag outside the > > <retweet_status> one! > > > On Oct 1, 2:57 am, "Brian Smith" <br...@briansmith.org> wrote: > > > > Marcel Molina wrote: > > > > The above payloads don't contain a "retweet_count" element yet and > > > > they probably will. Other than that we don't suspect any more major > > > > changes as we approach a full public launch. As always, though, we're > > > > open and solicitous of everyone's feedback. > > > > This is a great improvement over the previous way. > > > > Is Twitter going to still merge retweets of the same tweet together in the > > > website UI? I think merging is a good idea when a tweet is re-tweeted by > > > multiple people in a short amount of time, but it causes problems with the > > > temporal presentation of timelines. I would like my app to be consistent > > > with the website, so more information about your plans for the website UI > > > would be very helpful. > > > > How will this be encoded in in the home timeline XML/JSON?: > > > > A: hello, world > > > > B: RT @A hello, world > > > > C: RT @B RT @A hello, world > > > > D: RT @C RT @B RT @A hello, world > > > > Also, replies and re-tweet merging do not interact well with each other: > > > what do you set in_reply_to_status_id to? In which timelines does a reply > > > to > > > a re-tweeted tweet show up in? > > > > Thanks, > > > Brian