First of all thank you for your reply.
I have some questions in your answer?
You'll have to change clients
- what clients you are talking about ?
Changing auth schemes shouldn't change what you
can get out of the API
- If it is basic/ oauth , yes I am aware about that.
Once you setup your user's app/ids the same
- what this means to you?
Can you tell me that as my account and IP is white-listed , If I switched
from account(id/password) to IP(where I won't need to pass ID/password) on
which I am working right now, in that case do I really need to do Oauth for
Lastly congrats that you got all working again.
Thank you in advance.
On Tue, Aug 24, 2010 at 6:44 AM, Justin <justin.carl...@gmail.com> wrote:
> You'll have to change clients, but you can obtain the required tokens
> to do the same calls. Changing auth schemes shouldn't change what you
> can get out of the API. Once you setup your user's app/ids the same
> whitelist applies. I just finished my conversion yesterday and
> everything's working the same.
> I use this now:
> Go up a directory from there to see samples.
> On Aug 21, 8:47 am, Rushikesh Bhanage <rishibhan...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi there,
> > I have a white-listed account, but the rate-limit has decreased from 20k
> > before 5 days to 12k right now. Initially I thought that this might be
> > to twitter running over-capacity because I was busy in finishing part of
> > to launch it in two days. But i just read one mail from Justin who is
> > same problem, now I realized that this cut off might be due to basic
> auth. I
> > was also aware about the basic oauth shutting down, but didn't click the
> > mind.
> > We can switch to Oauth, but here are some doubts:
> > 1. *What my app does*? -> in my app, when any twitter user enters his
> > we crawl his data thru userstatus method, then we crawl his all the
> > followers and show him his real followers.
> > For this I am using My Twitter Library from Andres Scheffer, to which
> > pass my white listed account user name and password to get all the data.
> > which Oauth library should I prefer that will meet my requirement?*
> > 2. *How Oauth is going to work*? -> I am doubtful that how Oauth is going
> > work in my case, until now any user can enter his user name and was able
> > get his result. now will I have to take Oauth from each searched user to
> > show his result?
> > If it is so how can I use my white listed account log ins to get 20k
> > Please clear my doubts.
> > Thank you in advance.