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On Jun 11, 11:57 am, Abraham Williams <4bra...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Interestingly max_resuls=2 
> works:http://hurl.it/hurls/6521ca0d04a03b5c340682f275d8d013834b8518/8020ff7...
>
> Might as well file a bug 
> report:http://code.google.com/p/twitter-api/issues/list
>
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> On Fri, Jun 11, 2010 at 09:48, Bryan <bryan.p...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hey Abraham. The above example is dated. My point is appending
> > max_result=1 onto any verified result results in a 404:
>
> >http://hurl.it/hurls/08a6b684b494cab6138754d7b7470d9895968d59/88bbdc8...
>
> > is okay, but with max_results=1:
>
> >http://hurl.it/hurls/df8773b96e453cfd5426123c3ba4354fc2d96769/6d952ea...
>
> > returns a 404
>
> > Thanks for the link; that's a very useful tool!
>
> > On Jun 11, 11:40 am, Abraham Williams <4bra...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > The lat/long you are passing to the API are in the Yellow Sea so Twitter
> > is
> > > 404ing as it does not have any places near there.
>
> > >http://hurl.it/hurls/db27e3e9bce56f7f9a8209b935af6a25d5fa5677/2775b26...
>
> > > Abraham
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> > > On Fri, Jun 11, 2010 at 07:28, Bryan <bryan.p...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > > Matt--
>
> > > > Okay thanks for the reply. I'm building a news aggregator so the goal
> > > > was to enter the location manually. Still, I'm having trouble with the
> > > > geo-coding method. I'm using Abraham's php library and I do the
> > > > following:
>
> > > >        $location = $connection->get('geo/reverse_geocode', array('lat'
> > =>
> > > > '37.75' , 'long' => '122.68'));
> > > >        echo $connection->http_code;
>
> > > > Which returns 404. $location->id is empty. Any thoughts as to what I'm
> > > > doing wrong?
>
> > > > On Jun 11, 9:21 am, Matt Harris <thematthar...@twitter.com> wrote:
> > > > > Hey Bryan,
>
> > > > > Status updates only accept lat/long or place_id. There isn't a way of
> > > > > providing plain text locations for these fields. If you wish to
> > display a
> > > > > textual representation of where someone is on your app you would need
> > to
> > > > > carry out a reverse geocode first.
>
> > > > > I don't know the method you are using to obtain the location but
> > > > generally
> > > > > we see developers use the lat/long returned by the browser or device.
>
> > > > > One thing that might be useful to know is that we perform a reverse
> > > > lookup
> > > > > on the lat/long when we display the tweet, converting it to some
> > textual
> > > > > description like "SoMa, San Francisco", or "from here" as
> > appropriate.
>
> > > > > Hope that answers your question,
> > > > > Matt
>
> > > > > On Fri, Jun 11, 2010 at 6:41 AM, Bryan <bryan.p...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > > > > Hey everyone, is there a way to geo-tweet with the API without
> > knowing
> > > > > > the Lat/Long? In other words, can I say "San Francisco, CA" or
> > search
> > > > > > for valid place_id's with this name? I'm trying to make my user
> > > > > > interface as user-friendly as possible, and asking for lat/long for
> > my
> > > > > > userbase won't work. I also want to rely on as few as API's as
> > > > > > possible, so I'd prefer not to run my name through Google's Map API
> > > > > > and then through the reverse geocode API on twitters. Thanks.
>
> > > > > --
>
> > > > > Matt Harris
> > > > > Developer Advocate, Twitterhttp://twitter.com/themattharris

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