it will not (at least, that's what I've seen on the list thus far.) On Fri, Oct 9, 2009 at 09:18, Axthelm <caxth...@openpathproducts.com> wrote:
> > On that note, is it known if the setting to opt in will be exposed in > the account/update_profile API? > > On Oct 4, 4:13 am, Rich <rhyl...@gmail.com> wrote: > > TheGeotag is only populated firstly if the user posting the tweet > > has opted in via Twitter's website (which hasn't been enabled yet) and > > secondlyGeodata was submitted with that tweet > > > > On Oct 4, 4:41 am, Patrick <kenned...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > > > > > > > I have been reading about the TwitterGeostuff - it all sounds > > > exciting - and I'd like to start playing with it even it's not fully > > > prime time. Supposedly it's available to some extent via the API. I > > > see the <geo/> tag in my feed, and I wonder how I can "opt in" and get > > > it populated. Also, can someone provide an example of how the > > > location field could be populated - I have cURL examples to update > > > location, and I have my location info via my Nokia GPS-assisted phone, > > > so I'd like to see an example on now to simulate the future <geo/> > > > feature, i.e., update location field as if it were <geo/>, if I cannot > > > yet opt in to <geo/>.- Hide quoted text - > > > > - Show quoted text - > -- Internets. Serious business.