There isn't quite enough information in this email to provide a
definitive answer. Providing a predicate list and an example of an
unexpected match would be helpful in describing the Streaming API

Note that the predicates are logical ORs, so that any match will cause
a delivery. These are not logical ANDs. So, if a user in your
following file tweets without geodata, you'll get a tweet without

The only known issues with track are around non-space-separated
languages, such as Chinese, Japanese and, I think, Arabic, language

-John Kalucki
Infrastructure, Twitter Inc.

On Tue, Apr 27, 2010 at 6:17 AM, epomqo <> wrote:
> Dear all,
> Good morning! I have been experiencing some problems when I was trying
> to use streaming api to get filtered tweets, and I have no idea why
> they happened :(
> Specifically I wanted to get tweets from specific users within
> specified locations. I got some advices here and I proceeded
> successfully with this command:
> curl -d @following -d @locations 
> -u
> The problem is that when I was checking the filtered results, there
> are still quite a lot tweets appeared without geographical
> information, and tweets from users that I didn't include in the
> following list. So there seems some inaccuracy in this filtering
> function.
> Any ideas or suggestions? Thanks!
> Best,
> epomqo
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