also, I know no one wants to spill beans for the sake of spammers, but can team platform shed some light on app suspensions?
obviously, there are the clear no no's but I have had an app suspended because the title was "analytics", thus some reserved word for twitter inc. Also, do denial of oAuth requests come into play? On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 4:56 PM, Jason Rundell <jason.rund...@gmail.com>wrote: > Well said Dewald! You've captured exactly how I feel about this. > > On Apr 13, 12:07 am, Dewald Pretorius <dpr...@gmail.com> wrote: > > Not only do we feel entitled, we ARE entitled to an open and honest > > explanation when open and honest communication is offered and promised > > to us. > > > > There are two possible paths to follow: > > > > a) Give us spin, and don't promise open and honest communication. > > > > b) Promise us open and honest communication, and give us exactly that, > > not spin. > > > > Those are the two paths that do not undermine credibility, because > > then we know what to expect, and we get what we expect. > > > > On Apr 12, 10:34 am, notinfluential <notinfluent...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > > > On Apr 12, 2:44 am, Jason Rundell <jason.rund...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > > > > When will Twitter answer: 1) Why did Twitter acquire Tweetie? 2) What > > > > is Twitter planning to do with Tweetie? > > > > > Since when does Twitter owe you or any of us any sort of explanation > > > for their business practices? > > > > > Lemme get this straight. Twitter is FREE. The Twitter API is public, > > > well documented, and FREE. Our privilege is to build tools and > > > businesses on top of Twitter's FREE services. Twitter doesn't want a > > > cut of your business. They don't require approval of your apps. But > > > for some reason you (and others) feel entitled to an explanation, or > > > details somehow outlining their strategy and practices? > > > > > The tone of this group never ceases to amaze me. Get back to coding > > > and building cool stuff. > > > > > @notinfluential > > > -- > To unsubscribe, reply using "remove me" as the subject. >