Hi Ed,

Interesting. I'll investigate this.

Taylor

On Sat, Jul 17, 2010 at 8:17 PM, M. Edward (Ed) Borasky <
zn...@borasky-research.net> wrote:

> I've got a script that dumps a list of friends and followers for a user.
> When I run it authenticated with oAuth, it behaves as expected:
>
> limit: 350, remaining: 349, seconds_to_go: 3599, ratio: 1.00, sleep: 9.3
> follower ids page 1 540 retrieved
> xxxxxxxx has 540 followers
> limit: 350, remaining: 348, seconds_to_go: 3590, ratio: 1.00, sleep: 10.6
> friend ids page 1 748 retrieved
> xxxxxxxx has 748 friends
> limit: 350, remaining: 347, seconds_to_go: 3580, ratio: 1.00, sleep: 10.9
> followers page 1 100 retrieved
> limit: 350, remaining: 346, seconds_to_go: 3569, ratio: 1.00, sleep: 10.1
> followers page 2 100 retrieved
> limit: 350, remaining: 345, seconds_to_go: 3557, ratio: 1.00, sleep: 8.4
> followers page 3 100 retrieved
>
>
> But when I run it unauthenticated, it appears to be spending two calls for
> every one that the script requires when authenticated:
>
> limit: 150, remaining: 34, seconds_to_go: 840, ratio: 0.97, sleep: 24.0
> follower ids page 1 540 retrieved
> xxxxxxxx has 540 followers
> limit: 150, remaining: 32, seconds_to_go: 815, ratio: 0.94, sleep: 47.0
> friend ids page 1 748 retrieved
> xxxxxxxx has 748 friends
> limit: 150, remaining: 30, seconds_to_go: 768, ratio: 0.94, sleep: 48.0
> followers page 1 100 retrieved
> limit: 150, remaining: 28, seconds_to_go: 719, ratio: 0.93, sleep: 47.0
> followers page 2 100 retrieved
> limit: 150, remaining: 26, seconds_to_go: 671, ratio: 0.93, sleep: 47.0
> followers page 3 100 retrieved
>
>
> Is this something left over from when the rate limits were halved?
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> M. Edward (Ed) Borasky
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