Not really :o)
I'm looking to try and drum up some interest in this competition. In
addition to real-time twitter push updates we'll also be pushing out
some world class World Cup sports data to be used in the mashup.
On Jun 12, 7:40 pm, "Dean Collins" <d...@cognation.net> wrote:
> Hi Phil,
> Check out the twitter integration withwww.LiveWorldCupChat.comif
> that's what you want.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > t...@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of Phil Leggetter
> > Sent: Saturday, 12 June 2010 11:13 AM
> > To: Twitter Development Talk
> > Subject: [twitter-dev] Kwwika - World Cup Web Development competition
> > using Twitter World Cup data
> > Hello all!
> > I'm working on a project called Kwwika which allows anybody to add
> > real-time push functionality to your website. To try and get people
> > developing using Kwwika we've decided to create a competition that
> > will hopefully encourage web developers to sign up for the opportunity
> > of winning an Apple iPad.
> > The reason I'm messaging the group is that the majority of data that
> > we are using is from the Twitter streaming API, something a lot of you
> > may be familiar with.
> > The purpose of the competition is to see who can build the most
> > engaging real-time push World Cup 2010 web application.
> > More details can be found in the following locations:
> > * Blog post announcment:
> http://blog.kwwika.com/kwwika-world-cup-2010-real-> time-push-web-app
> > * Kwwika Wiki with competition details:
> > competition
> > * A real-time push World Cup demo created to give people an idea of
> > what can be built:
> > If you have any questions or idea please feel free to get in touch
> > with me via p...@kwwika.com
> > Thanks,
> > Phil Leggetter