Actually I think it is great that Twitter published these retweet APIs
even only as placeholders for the real thing. It communicates what the
feature will look like well in advance of its release, which lets you
plan its implementation.

Here is a vote for publishing the lists APIs well in advance of them
being publicly usable as well. If only some get that access to them in
advance would be more than a little unfair.


Eric Woodward

On Oct 2, 3:48 am, Coderanger <> wrote:
> Thought that meant publicly, but as platform developers you could
> actually implement, test and use it. Seems strange to even bother
> publishing it if you cant use it, if thats the case then does anyone
> know when its going to actually happen as its been "coming soon" since
> beginning of August?

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