Hi Raghu, We have a couple issues with image uploads at the moment that we're still cleaning up.
Read a bit more about the current state of image uploads in this thread: http://groups.google.com/group/twitter-development-talk/msg/461034bc45cdcfb4?hl=en_US Taylor On Tue, Aug 3, 2010 at 12:15 AM, Raghu Prasad <prasad.ragh...@gmail.com>wrote: > On Tue, Aug 3, 2010 at 11:15 AM, Raghu Prasad <prasad.ragh...@gmail.com> > wrote: > > Hi! > > > > I have a small application (under testing) which used to update display > pictures > > of users via API. It has stopped working for over three weeks. In > > fact, if I change > > the picture via API, I don't get any error, but the picture of that user > is > > gone. Even updating profile picture of the same user via Web is acting > > strangely. > > For example my (@raghuprasad) picture is not visible first when I go to > the > > settings screen (http://twitter.com/settings/profile). Then if I click > > on the link > > "Delete this image", then it shows up immediately. Then it is visible > > on settings > > screen as well as on my link http://twitter.com/raghuprasad. It seems, > something > > is not correct at Twitter end as far as display picture is concerned. > > Or is it something > > done by me which is causing problem. > > > > BTW, I am using OAuth to access the Twitter APIs for changing DPs. > > New update on this: > > I have noticed that Twitter is remembering my old display pictures. > Also whenever I am using my application to update a new DP > via API, I loose my picture. Then if I go back to the web interface and > click on the image deletion link on the profile page, one of my older > DP turns up like a resurrection! What is the queue size of old DPs > kept by Twitter? > > Is updating a new picture not equivalent to deleting the old and > putting a new one? Earlier, older avatar links used to return an > error when a new one was uploaded via API. > > cheers, > Raghu >