I can confirm this. I've tried using twitter-async (PHP) and curl.
They return XML or a JSON indicating a successful complete when trying
to create a list, but no list is created unless I add a description

Note, this only started happening this week! Earlier this week I used
the exact same code and it created a list fine. Something must have
changed this week.


On Nov 18, 6:57 pm, David <dch...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I've been using the List api in my app, and just noticed that the POST
> method to /:user/lists.:format returned the correct response, but
> didn't actually create a list.
> I've been following this api 
> document:http://apiwiki.twitter.com/Twitter-REST-API-Method:-POST-lists
> What I did notice was that the Add New List ui on Twitter.com has a
> description field, and so I tried the same call with an additional
> post param "description", and it worked.
> The description param can be empty, but it is required to make this
> call work.  Might be a bug?
> Just a heads up for anyone who might be wondering.
> DC

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