Ryan, thanks for the message. Appreciate the perspective, and looking forward to continuing the conversation about where the Twitter platform is going at Chirp. I think the more vision that can be shared about Twitter's direction, the more that other developers can make informed decisions.
And learning when Twitter for Mac will get updated ;-) -mike On Apr 11, 10:47 pm, Arnaud Meunier <arnaud.meun...@twitoaster.com> wrote: > Thanks for this clarification, Ryan. > > I think an important part of the tension is coming from the fact you really > took your time to (as you say) "dig a little bit", and realize the right > move was to buy Tweetie. I mean, it’s almost like if it was in Twitter core > to... have multiple holes, and multiple Apps to fill these holes. Another > "solution" to the Apple Store confusion problem could have been a list of > recommended Twitter clients, for example. > > With these recent moves and announcements you’re starting to realize (for > the first time) lots of developer’s fear: "What if Twitter makes that same > feature I’m working on?" > > This situation happened on a lot of other platforms before, and I guess we > all knew it was going to happen here, soon or later. The only questions were > When and Who. One of the question is still opened. I hope we’ll find answers > @chirp :) > > Arnaud -http://twitter.com/twitoaster