Trust me, this has nothing to do with negativity.

When Ryan sets the clear expectation of, "My promise is that ... we
will be sincere and honest in our communication with you," and in the
same breath expects us to believe that Tweetie was acquired primarily
or solely to avoid confusion in the app store, I go, "Now wait a
second... No, man, don't do this. Not in the same breath."

Tweetie really, honestly, wasn't acquired to own the iPhone / iPad
eyeballs, capture the bulk of future ad (and other) revenue on that
platform, and form an intellectual property base to extend to Android
and other mobile platforms to own those eyeballs and revenue?

On Apr 12, 12:58 am, Justyn <justyn.how...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Regardless of the companies position moving forward, there are great
> people working at Twitter who sincerely care about the developer
> community, including Ryan. If things are unfair, you can bet they feel
> it too. They're still figuring it out. I don't see them implementing
> any of the stuff your software does, so I don't understand the
> constant negativity. You complained that they weren't communicating,
> and when they do you call it BS. Life's too short man.
> The whole situation the last few days reminds me a lot of this 
> clip:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KLni3wbndls
> Justyn
> On Apr 11, 8:05 pm, Dewald Pretorius <dpr...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Ryan,
> > Thanks for attempting to step into an emotionally charged environment
> > and clarifying things.
> > However, to be quite frank, the argument about "confusion in the Apple
> > app store" gives off a distinct spinning sound. Very loud, in fact. It
> > may be one of the reasons for acquiring Tweetie, but to cite it as the
> > primary and only reason immediately sets of all flavors of BS alarms.- Hide 
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