Exactly, all they have to do is contact me, I'll turn off the Tweet
scheduling module if that's causing them grief.  It's about 1% of my
sites functionaly, and not used by most people.  I can alter the site
per their request by commenting out a few lines of code.  This could
have been fixed in 10 mins with communication, rather than 5 days with
no response.


On Feb 16, 9:20 am, Ryan Alford <ryanalford...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Is it even worst that Raffi has seen this thread and posted in it, and still
> not a peep?  You would think that he would look into it and help out, or
> contact somebody that could look into it.  It's seems like they just have
> their head in the sand.
> Ryan
> On Tue, Feb 16, 2010 at 9:13 AM, Jim Fulford <j...@fulford.me> wrote:
> > 5 Days not and applicatin is still down and no response at all from
> > Twitter on my Support Ticket.
> > Beware of Oauth, Twitter can disable your site in a second with no
> > notice.  I have still not gotten any feedback, communication of any
> > kind.  The only nice thing about this process is that my users have
> > been patient and understanding.  Wish I could say the same about
> > Twitter.  See Below....
> > ---------------------------------------------------------------------------­-------------------------------------------
> > easyduzzit sent a message using the contact form at
> >http://www.gotwitr.com/contact.
> > When I look in my Twitter connections your service appears as
> > follows:
> > "GoTwitr by Phazer Systems Suspended."
> > I'd appreciate knowing if there is anything your customers can do to
> > let Twitter know we appreciate your service.- Hide quoted text -
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