You've got to start somewhere. We all have an M.O. My first M.O. is to help
people see how they can help themselves. If they're still at a loss we'll
take it to the next level. We're all trying to work to scale here folks.
I'm happy to look up possible reasons an app got suspended if provided
enough information to do so and explicitly asked to do so. I consider your
application details private and will not look them up with permission.
Useful details to provide: name of the application, name of the Twitter user
associated with the application, application ID (if known).
But as a general rule -- the reason applications get suspended is because
they violated something in our guidelines or terms of service, which aren't
impenetrable by any means.
On Fri, Apr 23, 2010 at 7:24 AM, John Meyer <john.l.me...@gmail.com> wrote:
> That's about as useful as those blank e-mails twitter sent out rejecting
> whitelist applications. Doesn't Twitter record the reason _why_ they
> suspend the application in the first place?
> On 4/23/2010 8:07 AM, Taylor Singletary wrote:
>> Take a look at our API Guidelines and see if there's anything your
>> application may have been doing that could have been construed as not
>> being in the spirit of the rules.
>> Taylor Singletary
>> Developer Advocate, Twitter
>> On Thu, Apr 22, 2010 at 12:51 PM, Revabad <lookst...@gmail.com
>> <mailto:lookst...@gmail.com>> wrote:
>> My applications were suspended and none from twitter has given me a
>> reason as to why. Can someone help me out.
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