I see your and Abraham's point. From that perspective I agree
regarding 2.

On Feb 9, 11:09 pm, Raffi Krikorian <ra...@twitter.com> wrote:
> > 2) There  should be a call my system can make to remove the app from
> >> the user's connections, typically in the case where the user deletes
> >> his account from my system.
> > I am strongly against this. I don't like the idea that an application can
> > act on my behalf then "disappear". Any authorized applications should stay
> > listed unless I explicitly remove them. If a user deletes his account from
> > you system forget his access_token and move on. A possible compromise is to
> > add a deactivated stage that applications could set themselves in for each
> > user.
> i tend to agree with abraham on this one -- i understand your use case,
> dewald, but how does twitter, verifiably know that the user has deleted
> their account from your system?  i think its too easy for us to do a weird
> thing here, from the perspective of the user.
> --
> Raffi Krikorian
> Twitter Platform Teamhttp://twitter.com/raffi

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