All, we just posted the results on our blog :
I'll also sent them to John Kalucki and Ryan Sarver. It's their time
to play :D
On Mar 2, 7:57 am, Julien <julien.genest...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Andrew, it's not so much about making a "simpler" API, but making it
> standard : having the same API to get content from 6A blogs, Tumblr's
> blogs, media sites, social networks... is much easier than
> implementing one for each service out there.
> After a small day of poll, here are some results :
> Do you currently use the Twitter Streaming API?
> Yes 18 53%
> No 16 47%
> Would you use a TwitterPubSubHubbubhub if it was available?
> Yes 33 97%
> No 1 3%
> Have you already implementedPubSubHubbub?
> Yes 24 71%
> No 10 29%
> Obviously, 34 is _not_ a big enough number that I think we have a
> representative panel of respondant, but we also have "big" names in
> here, (including some who have access in the firehose), which makes me
> think thatPubSubHubbubshould be a viable option for Twitter.
> If you read this, please take some take to respond :
> Thanks all.
> On Mar 1, 9:02 pm, Andrew Badera <and...@badera.us> wrote:
> > But how much simpler does it need to be? The streaming API is dead
> > simple. I implemented what seems to be a full client with delete,
> > limit and backoff in parts of two working days. Honestly I think it
> > took me longer to write a workingPubSubHubbubsubscriber client than
> > it did a Twitter Streaming API client.
> > It would be nice if the world was full of free data and universal
> > standards, but if it ain't broke, and it's already invested in, why
> > fix it?
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> > On Mon, Mar 1, 2010 at 8:44 PM, Julien <julien.genest...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > Ed,
> > > On Mar 1, 5:23 pm, "M. Edward (Ed) Borasky" <zzn...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > >> In light of today's announcement, I'm not sure what the benefits of a
> > >> "middleman" would be.
> > >>http://blog.twitter.com/2010/03/enabling-rush-of-innovation.html
> > >> Can you clarify
> > >> a. How much it would cost me to get Twitter data from you via
> > >>PubSubHubbubvs. getting the feeds directly from Twitter?
> > > Free, obviously... as with the use of any hub we host!
> > >> b. What benefits there are to acquiring Twitter data viaPubSubHubbub
> > >> over direct access?
> > > Much simpler to deal with than a specific streaming Twitter API,
> > > specifically if your app has already implemented the protocol for
> > > Identica, Buzz, Tumblr, sixapart, posterous, google reader... it's all
> > > about "standards".
> > >> On Mar 1, 3:08 pm, Julien <julien.genest...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > >> > Ola!
> > >> > I know this s some kind of recurring topic for this mailing list. I
> > >> > know all the heat around it, but I think that Twitter's new strategy
> > >> > concerning their firehose is a good occasion to push them to implement
> > >> > thePubSubHubbubprotocol.
> > >> > Superfeedr makes RSS feeds realtime. We host hubs for several big
> > >> > publishers, including Tumblr, Posterous, HuffingtonPost, Gawker and
> > >> > several others.
> > >> > We want to make one for Twitter. Help us assessing the need and
> > >> > convince Twitter they need one (hosted by us or even them, if they'd
> > >> > rather go down that route) :
> > >> >http://bit.ly/hub4twitter
> > >> > Any comment/suggestion is more than welcome.