It there any method to delete user from list other then using DELETE
method?
Since I am using Flex (but not Air) to develop third party Twitter
Client, There are no way to call "DELETE" (which only GET and POST).
So, will twitter provide POST or GET method API to "delete"? Thanks


On Oct 16, 3:04 pm, Marcel Molina <mar...@twitter.com> wrote:
> Hey folks. As some of you have likely read we're starting to do some
> private beta testing of our new lists feature. We're not quite ready
> to open it up to everyone but we've made some headway on the API and
> wanted to share some details of what we've got so far.
>
> There are a handful of things on our todo lists so don't consider this
> signed and sealed just yet.
>
> You may notice this API is a bit of a departure from the rest of the
> API. It's a bit more, errr, REST than the rest.
>
> First off, here's the current payload for alist:
>
> <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
> <list>
>   <id>1416</id>
>   <name>tall people</name>
>   <full_name>@noradio/tall-people</full_name>
>   <slug>tall-people</slug>
>   <subscriber_count>0</subscriber_count>
>   <member_count>3</member_count>
>   <uri>/noradio/tall-people</uri>
>   <mode>public</mode>
>   <user>
>     <id>3191321</id>
>     <name>Marcel Molina</name>
>     <screen_name>noradio</screen_name>
>     <location>San Francisco, CA</location>
>     <description>Engineer at Twitter on the @twitterapi team, obsessed
> with rock climbing &amp; running. In a past life I was a member of the
> Rails Core team.</description>
>     
> <profile_image_url>http://a3.twimg.com/profile_images/53473799/marcel-euro-rails-conf_no...</profile_image_url>
>     <url>http://project.ioni.st</url>
>     <protected>false</protected>
>     <followers_count>40059</followers_count>
>     <profile_background_color>9AE4E8</profile_background_color>
>     <profile_text_color>333333</profile_text_color>
>     <profile_link_color>0084B4</profile_link_color>
>     <profile_sidebar_fill_color>DDFFCC</profile_sidebar_fill_color>
>     <profile_sidebar_border_color>BDDCAD</profile_sidebar_border_color>
>     <friends_count>354</friends_count>
>     <created_at>Mon Apr 02 07:47:28 +0000 2007</created_at>
>     <favourites_count>131</favourites_count>
>     <utc_offset>-28800</utc_offset>
>     <time_zone>Pacific Time (US &amp; Canada)</time_zone>
>     
> <profile_background_image_url>http://a1.twimg.com/profile_background_images/18156348/jessica_tiled....</profile_background_image_url>
>     <profile_background_tile>true</profile_background_tile>
>     <statuses_count>3472</statuses_count>
>     <notifications>false</notifications>
>     <geo_enabled>true</geo_enabled>
>     <verified>false</verified>
>     <following>false</following>
>   </user>
> </list>
>
> === Lists ===
>
> POST '/:user/lists.:format'
> Creates a newlistfor the authenticated user.
>
> Parameters:
>  * name: the name of thelist. (required)
>  * mode: whether yourlistis public of private. Values can be
> 'public' or 'private'. Public by default if not specified. (optional)
>
> Usage notes:
>  ":user" in the url should be the screen name of the user making the
> request to create thelist
>
> Supported formats:
> xml, json
>
> e.g.
>  curl -u USERNAME:PASSWORD -d "name=tall 
> people&mode=private"http://twitter.com/noradio/lists.xml
>
> POST/PUT '/:user/lists/:list_slug.:format'
> Updates the specifiedlist.
>
> Takes the same parameters as the create resource at POST
> '/:user/lists.:format' (:name and :mode).
>
> Supported formats:
> xml, json
>
> e.g.
>  curl -u USERNAME:PASSWORD -d 
> "name=giants&mode=public"http://twitter.com/noradio/lists/tall-people.xml
>
> GET '/:user/lists.:format'
> Lists your lists.
>
> Supported format:
> xml, json
>
> e.g.
>  curl -u USERNAME:PASSWORDhttp://twitter.com/noradio/lists.xml
>
> GET '/:user/lists/memberships.:format'Listthe lists the specified user has 
> been added to.
>
> Supported formats:
> xml, json
>
> e.g.
>  curl -u USERNAME:PASSWORDhttp://twitter.com/noradio/lists/memberships.xml
>
> DELETE '/:user/lists/:list_slug.:format'
> Delete the specifiedlistowned by the authenticated user.
>
> Parameters:
>  * list_slug: the slug of thelistyou want to delete. (required)
>
> Supported formats:
> xml, json
>
> e.g.
>  curl -u USERNAME:PASSWORD -X 
> DELETEhttp://twitter.com/noradio/lists/tall-people.xml
>
> GET '/:users/lists/:list_slug/statuses.:format'
> Show tweet timeline for members of the specifiedlist.
>
> Parameters:
>  * list_slug: the slug of thelistyou want the member tweet timeline
> of. (required)
>  * next/previous_cursor: used to "page" through results (optional)
>
> Supported formats:
> xml, json
>
> e.g.
>  curl -u 
> USERNAME:PASSWORDhttp://twitter.com/noradio/lists/tall-people/statuses.xml
>
> GET '/:users/lists/:list_slug.:format'
> Show a specificlistyou can use the new resource.
>
> Supported formats:
> xml, json
>
> e.g.
>   curl -u USERNAME:PASSWORDhttp://twitter.com/noradio/lists/tall-people.xml
>
> ===Listmembers ===
>
> POST '/:user/:list_slug/members.:format'
> Add a member to alist.
>
> Parameters:
>  * id: the id of the user you want to add as a member to thelist. (required)
>
> Usage notes:
> The :list_slug portion of the request path should be the slug of thelistyou 
> want to add a member to.
>
> Supported formats:
> xml, json
>
> e.g.
>  curl -u USERNAME:PASSWORD -d 
> "id=123456789"http://http://twitter.com/noradio/tall-people/members.xml
>
> GET '/:user/:list_slug/members.:format'
> Members of the specifiedlist.
>
> Supported formats:
> xml, json
>
> e.g.
>  curl -u USERNAME:PASSWORDhttp://twitter.com/noradio/tall-people/members.xml
>
> DELETE '/:user/:list_slug/members.:format'
> Remove a member from the specifiedlist.
>
> Parameters:
>  * id: the id of the user you want to remove as a member from thelist. 
> (required)
>
> Usage notes:
> The :list_id portion of the request path should be the slug of thelistyou 
> want to add a member to.
>
> Supported formats:
> xml, json
>
> e.g.
>  curl -u USERNAME:PASSWORD -X DELETE -d 
> "id=123456789"http://twitter.com/noradio/tall-people/members.xml
>
> GET '/:user/:list_slug/members/:id.:format'
> Check if a user is a member of the specifiedlist.
>
> Usage notes:
> The :id is the id of the user you're inquiring about.
>
> Supported formats:
> xml, json
>
> e.g.
>  curl -u 
> USERNAME:PASSWORDhttp://twitter.com/noradio/tall-people/members/123456789.xml
>
> ===Listsubscribers ===
>
> POST '/:user/:list_slug/subscribers.:format'
> Subscribe the authenticated user to the specifiedlist.
>
> Supported formats:
> xml, json
>
> e.g.
>  curl -u USERNAME:PASSWORD -X 
> POSThttp://twitter.com/noradio/tall-people/subscribers.xml
>
> GET '/:user/:list_slug/subscribers.:format'Listthe users subscribed to the 
> specifiedlist.
>
> Supported formats:
> xml, json
>
> e.g.
>  curl -u 
> USERNAME:PASSWORDhttp://twitter.com/noradio/tall-people/subscribers.xml
>
> DELETE '/:user/:list_slug/subscribers.:format'
> Unsubscribe the authenticated user from the specifiedlist.
>
> Supported formats:
> xml, json
>
> e.g.
>  curl -u USERNAME:PASSWORD -X 
> DELETEhttp://twitter.com/noradio/tall-people/subscribers.xml
>
> GET '/:user/:list_slug/subscribers/:id.:format'
> Check if a user subscribes to the specifiedlist.
>
> Usage notes:
> The :id is the id of the user you're inquiring about.
>
> Supported formats:
> xml, json
>
> e.g.
>  curl -u 
> USERNAME:PASSWORDhttp://twitter.com/noradio/tall-people/subscribers/123456789.xml
>
> More to come soon. Stay tuned!
> --
> Marcel Molina
> Twitter Platform Teamhttp://twitter.com/noradio

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