I was unable to attend Chirp in person, so I could not hear John
Kalucki's comments on this... Anyone have any notes on this... John?
On Apr 16, 3:36 pm, Jeffrey Greenberg <jeffreygreenb...@gmail.com>
> So I'm looking at the streaming api (track), and I've got thousands of
> searches. (http://tweettronics.com) I mainly need it to deal with
> terms that are very high volume, and to deal search api rate limiting.
> The main difficulty I'm thinking about is the best way to de-multiplex
> the stream back into the individual searches I'm trying to accomplish.
> 1. How do you handle if the searches are more complex than single
> terms, but a boolean expression... Do you convert the boolean into
> something like regex, and then run that regex on every tweet... So if
> I have several thousand regexs and thousands of tweets, that's a huge
> amount of processing just todemultiplex... But is that the way to go?
> 2 And if the search is just a simple expression, do folks simplydemultiplexby
> doing a string search for each word in the search for
> every received tweet... like above?
> I'm looking for recommended ways todemultiplexthe search stream...
> jeffrey greenberg