Great!  I checked through the code paths, and they look solid on our end.

   ---Mark

On Thu, Nov 19, 2009 at 1:24 PM, Jim Gilliam <j...@gilliam.com> wrote:
> I figured out what's happening.  When "RT @thekabira" gets added to the
> front of the tweet, it makes the tweet text longer than 140 characters, so
> it then cuts off the rest of the tweet, which is what had "act" in it, so it
> never shows up through the streaming api tracking for anything with "act" in
> it.
>
> So this tweet: "What’s the deal with the Climate Bill? RT new
> #climategraphic, win a prize! http://bit.ly/12H1X7 via @PhaedraEL
> http://act.ly/Rxt";
>
> turns into this, when it's retweeted:
>
> "RT @thekabira: What’s the deal with the Climate Bill? RT new
> #climategraphic, win a prize! http://bit.ly/12H1X7 via @PhaedraEL http://ac
> ..."
>
> Jim
>
> On Thu, Nov 19, 2009 at 12:05 PM, Jim Gilliam <j...@gilliam.com> wrote:
>>
>> My understanding is that the only way to get all the new retweets is
>> through the streaming API because they don't show up in search.   So I'm
>> using the track method, but I'm not seeing retweets come through.
>>
>> Specifically, this: http://twitter.com/thekabira/status/5865706501 was
>> retweeted twice, but I didn't see it come through.  Old style retweets
>> continue to come through normally.
>>
>> Jim Gilliam
>> http://act.ly/
>> http://twitter.com/jgilliam
>
>

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