Thanks Taylor! Appreciate the assistance.
On Aug 14, 12:16 pm, Taylor Singletary <taylorsinglet...@twitter.com> wrote: > At this time, whitelisting applies to IP addresses and member accounts. > OAuth and applications as entities themselves have no relation to > whitelisting. Whitelisting currently has no relation to method of > authorization (basic auth vs. OAuth). > > Short answer: Whitelisting doesn't change for you. > > But during the phase out of basic auth, your whitelisted requests while > using basic auth will decrease by 10% each week day until all access will be > denied in totality. > > Taylor > > On Sat, Aug 14, 2010 at 4:51 AM, Matt Trinneer <matt.trinn...@gmail.com>wrote: > > > > > I agree Tom and am in the process of doing that. I guess my biggest > > question could be rephrased as: > > > After switching to OAuth will my extended rate limits automatically > > apply to OAuth requests from the same user/IP? > > > Matt > > > On Aug 13, 2:50 pm, Tom van der Woerdt <i...@tvdw.eu> wrote: > > > On 8/13/10 8:08 PM, Matt Trinneer wrote: > > > > > Hello, > > > > > I'm curious to understand how the transition to OAuth will take place > > > > for whitelisted accounts. Currently I have 2 streaming accounts, > > > > which if I understand correctly will not be impacted at all, and a > > > > whitelisted basic auth access (20k/hour) for a specific set of IPs. > > > > > I've read that the Basic Auth rate limit will decrease by 10 calls a > > > > day for 15 days until it's finally turned off for good. Is this still > > > > true? If so, how the decrease apply to the extended 20k/hour rate > > > > limit? Will it see a corresponding 6.6% (1320 call) reduction every > > > > day during the same period? > > > > > Also, in order to have the extended rate limit I currently have > > > > available to my new OAuth application, is there anything I need to > > > > do? Or does the fact that the new OAuth application was registered > > > > under the same username and requests originate from ip combination > > > > automatically transfer the limits? > > > > > Thanks for any insight you can offer. > > > > > Matt > > > > Hi Matt, > > > > I would like to point out that I think that you should stop worrying > > > about the Basic Auth rate limiting and simply implement OAuth. It's > > > about time that you do so anyway. > > > > Your extended limit is IP-based and does not care about the type you use > > > - basic or OAuth. > > > > Tom