+1

Looking to integrate lists into my application as well, and have been
beating my head into the wall trying to figure out how to get all
lists subscribed in a single call, both user created (public or
private) and subscribed to.  Right now, it seems the only way is
through multiple calls.

On Nov 7, 7:06 pm, "dean.j.robinson" <dean.j.robin...@gmail.com>
wrote:
> +1
>
> I've just started adding Lists to Hahlo.com and found this same thing.
>
> Based on the description in the docs I was expecting:
>
> /user/lists.format to be just the lists the user created
> /user/lists/subscriptions.format to be the lists the user created +
> those they are following (as it is on twitter.com), not just the ones
> they are following
>
> any chance of getting a combined my lists + lists I follow (or
> changing the /subscriptions response) to eliminate the need for
> multiple API calls?
>
> On Nov 2, 4:27 am, Eric Woodward <e...@nambu.com> wrote:
>
> > 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

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