Thanks for that. It would be great to combine them and reflect ownership in the response data set. This requires two API calls for what will be requested each time to show both sets together, which you on twitter.com. I assume others will tend to show both sets at the same time as well.
--ejw Eric Woodward Email: e...@nambu.com On Oct 31, 3:01 pm, twittelator <and...@stone.com> wrote: > Whoops - what I meant to say was: > > :user//lists/subscriptions.:format > > will get the lists a user has subscribed to > > Andrew Stone > Twitter / @twittelatorhttp://www.stone.com > got iPhone? > http://tinyurl.com/twitpro > http://tinyurl.com/intentionizer > http://tinyurl.com/gesture-buy > http://tinyurl.com/igraffiti > http://tinyurl.com/talkingpics > http://tinyurl.com/mobilemix > http://tinyurl.com/soundbite > http://tinyurl.com/icreated > http://tinyurl.com/pulsar-app > > On Oct 30, 5:52 pm, Eric Woodward <e...@nambu.com> wrote: > > > > > Anyone seeing an issue with a method to get a list of a user's list > > subscriptions? The following: > > > curl -u ejwc:[password] "http://twitter.com/ejwc/lists.xml" > > > only returns the three test lists that I have created, while the same > > URL on Twitter's website: > > >https://twitter.com/ejwc/lists > > > returns my three test lists, and the 5+ lists I am following. > > > Any suggestions? I have only just started getting a response for the > > API methods in the last day or so and only getting familiar with them. > > Any help would be appreciated. > > > --ejw > > > Eric Woodward > > Email: e...@nambu.com