Any update on possibly supporting bulk add / remove actions for list memberships? What about the request to fetch all list member IDs in a single call?
On Nov 5, 2:01 pm, Marcel Molina <mar...@twitter.com> wrote: > We will support specifying alistby bothidand slug indefinitely. > Though we recognize the short comings of finding by slug since they > are prone to changing, there are use cases where finding by slug is a > lot more convenient. So we'll be supporting both. You never *have* to > search by slug :-) > > > > On Thu, Nov 5, 2009 at 7:05 AM, Milen <mi...@thecosmicmachine.com> wrote: > > > I think that all methods which refer to lists should use theid, not > > the slug. As people have mentioned, the slug can change, so in order > > to reliably delete alist, you will have to fetch its slug and then > > issue a delete (or you risk getting an error as the slug might have > > changed in the meantime). > > > I also tried to "page" through the statuses in alistbut it seemed > > that: > > - next_cursor / previous_cursor had no effect on what was returned > > - cursor=-1 or anything else didn't have an effect > > > Can anyone shed some light on how we're supposed to do paging? > > > Thanks, > > M > > > On Oct 16, 7:04 am, Marcel Molina <mar...@twitter.com> wrote: > > >>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 > > -- > Marcel Molina > Twitter Platform Teamhttp://twitter.com/noradio