Can we get a decision on this issue? Will a cursor eventually be a
required element? If not, what will the default return be? If a cursor
is required, what will be the number of social graph elements
I guess I'm cook with a required cursor so long as cursor=-1 returns
100k for example.
A decision please.
On Jan 8, 9:24 pm, "st...@implu.com" <st...@implu.com> wrote:
> Here's some rough numbers...x is the number of twitter user's with a
> follower count of...
> x >= 100k 714 0.007%
> 75k <= x < 100k 151 0.001%
> 50k <= x < 75k 411 0.004%
> 25k <= x < 50k 2044 0.020%
> 0 < x < 25k 10009489 96.529%
> Total: 10,369,396
> So I would agree that 100k would be sufficient for our needs.
> On Jan 8, 3:38 pm, Dossy Shiobara <do...@panoptic.com> wrote:
> > 100k, at the minimum.
> > On 1/8/10 3:35 PM, Wilhelm Bierbaum wrote:
> > > How much larger do you think makes it easier?
> > > On Jan 7, 6:42 pm, "st...@implu.com" <st...@implu.com> wrote:
> > >> I would agree with several views expressed in various posts here.
> > >> 1) Acursor-less call that returns all IDs makes for simpler code and
> > >> fewer API calls. i.e. less processing time.
> > >> 2) If we must have a 'cursored' call then at least allow forcursor=-1
> > >> to return a larger number than 5k.
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