its not my reply dear
i want the complete api and code to share my website images to my twitter
On Thu, Aug 19, 2010 at 3:16 AM, Daniel Ribeiro <dan...@gmail.com> wrote:
> It would be nice to have something that make things clearer to the
> user that the requesting app is requesting write rights. Like a big
> red warning on the Deny/allow page.
> On Aug 18, 6:17 pm, Tom van der Woerdt <i...@tvdw.eu> wrote:
> > +1
> > On 8/18/10 10:55 PM, Eric Marden - API Hacker wrote:
> > > On behalf of the Internet. Thank you.
> > > ~e
> > > On Wed, Aug 18, 2010 at 3:45 PM, Brian Sutorius <bsutor...@twitter.com
> > > <mailto:bsutor...@twitter.com>> wrote:
> > > Hi all,
> > > Over the past 24 hours, we've received some questions about the
> > > Twifficiency app, so we thought we'd use this as an opportunity to
> > > quickly share some information around our Developer Principles.
> > > For background, the Twifficiency app computes a "Twifficiency
> > > based on different aspects of your Twitter account and posts the
> > > as a Tweet. While the developer included a disclaimer that these
> > > Tweets would be posted to Twitter, user feedback indicated that the
> > > text was too far down on the page to be noticed before proceeding.
> > > a result, many users were surprised that their scores were being
> > > tweeted automatically.
> > > Which brings us to our Developer Principles, one of which is "Don't
> > > surprise users." Specifically, we require developers to get users'
> > > permission before sending Tweets or other messages on their behalf.
> > > Allowing an application to access your account does not constitute
> > > consent for actions to automatically be taken on your behalf.
> > > Twifficiency violated this principle, so we suspended the app
> > > yesterday afternoon while we worked with the developer to make sure
> > > users were better informed about the application's actions and
> > > control whether or not a Tweet would be posted. With these changes
> > > --which include a more prominent warning and a checkbox on the main
> > > page-- the application has been re-enabled.
> > > Our developer principles can be found in our API Terms of Service:
> > > http://dev.twitter.com/pages/api_terms
> > > Brian Sutorius
> > > API Policy