I was just wondering why the Twitter API wiki isn't open to edit?
Well, I can understand that Twitter wants full control of it, but it
seems like you could grow some really strong documentation using crowd-
sourcing. Twitter would put out the bulk of the content, but indie
developers could probably dot the i's and cross the t's.

Also, the comments are turned off. If they were turned on you might
get some good conversations going on the method pages. Kind of like
the PHP documentation, ex: http://php.net/manual/en/function.count.php

Then again maybe not. :)

Just something I think about when I visit the wiki. Thought I'd
finally comment on it. :)

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