Thanks a ton Abraham for all your help on this list, you will be missed.

As for a possible replacement for Q/A off of this list, has a stackoverflow
sort of site been considered?
I think this would make a good addition to the website. Just
an idea.


On Tue, Jun 15, 2010 at 10:25 AM, Ryan Sarver <> wrote:

> Abraham,
> Really sorry to hear that we'll be losing you. You have been a HUGE part of
> this community for many years and have helped countless developers make
> their way through, at times, really choppy waters. We can't thank you enough
> for the time and energy you have put into helping developers in the twitter
> API community grow and please know we are really appreciative of all your
> efforts.
> FWIW, we are all in agreement that the mailing list is probably no longer
> the right tool for the community and are actively looking at other
> solutions. Any suggestions are welcome.
> If you ever need a reference, please consider us top of the list :)
> Best wishes and hopefully we'll find you lurking.
> Ryan
> On Mon, Jun 14, 2010 at 9:13 PM, Abraham Williams <>wrote:
>> I just wanted to let everyone know that I won't be on the list much going
>> forward. Reading the list has become a time consuming burden (1000+
>> emails/month) and much of it has become reiteration for me. Getting more
>> time on my own projects and paying for the roof over my head are top
>> priorities right now. But if you have questions pertaining to me feel free
>> to cc me on them and I will be more then happy to jump in.
>> If you are interested in hiring me for Twitter integration projects
>> (especially OAuth with just over 2 weeks left) or just want to say hi you
>> can reach me as or @abraham.
>> Oh. I have several Twitter API related blog posts in draft so be sure to
>> look for them on
>> I'll be around :)
>> Abraham
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