Thanks for providing all 4 links Brian... So why was Listerine blocked? I tried out the app once and didn't necessarily see any behavior that was objectionable based on the link you sent?
On 11/24/09 10:11 AM, "Brian Sutorius" <bsutor...@twitter.com> wrote: > OAuth tokens are suspended when the applications break our API Rules, > API Terms of Service, Twitter Rules, or Twitter Terms of Service. I > understand that four separate documents can be a lot to keep up with, > but I've put them at the bottom of this post for your convenience. To > ask any questions about these rules as they apply to application > behavior, simply email a...@twitter.com . > > Thanks! > Brian > > http://twitter.com/apirules > http://apiwiki.twitter.com/Terms-of-Service > http://help.twitter.com/forums/26257/entries/18311 > http://twitter.com/terms > > On Nov 23, 5:34 pm, Andrew Badera <and...@badera.us> wrote: >> Could you help educate the rest of the community as to what might >> cause that to happen, so we can avoid it? >> >> Thanks- >> Andy Badera >> +1 518-641-1280 Google Voice >> This email is: [ ] bloggable [x] ask first [ ] private >> Google me:http://www.google.com/search?q=andrew%20badera >> >> >> >> On Mon, Nov 23, 2009 at 12:46 PM, Brian Sutorius <bsutor...@twitter.com> >> wrote: >>> Hey Luis, >>> Your OAuth token has been suspended. For more information about this, >>> please write to a...@twitter.com and I'll be happy to talk with you. >> >>> Brian >> >>> On Nov 21, 6:28 pm, "luis, syndeomedia" <l...@syndeomedia.com> wrote: >>>> Hey all, >> >>>> My Twitter app "Listerine" has been marked "inactive" in my >>>> oauth_clients page and I don't know why. (http://twitter.com/ >>>> oauth_clients/details/45072) Could someone shed some light on this >>>> please? >> >>>> :luis