My notification may have been due to the fact that I've been a member of the 
Dev List for some time thus foresaw this coming and I think it was mentioned on 
the old Twitter API wiki. I took notice do to the fact I was working on a TCL 
twitter app for an IRC eggdrop bot that was using Basic Auth and was struggling 
and waiting for someone with more knowledge than I to write a TCL resource I 
could use. I also follow @twitterapi on twitter.

On 9/4/2010 10:13 PM, Mike Southern wrote:
On 9/4/10 11:05 PM, Dustin Shea at wrote:

There was plenty of notification on when Basic Auth was going to be

Dustin, I can't comment on what notification you received, and am glad you
received it.

I can only comment on the notification that *I* received: this was, on
9/2/10, addressed to the email addys associated with all 11 twitter
accounts, the message that 3 days earlier basic auth had been expired.

While I may be a perl hobbyist, in my professional life I do know how to
identify, open and read an email.

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