Hi Peter,

     This was done over my weekend and outside of the Twitter
development process, which is why I used my personal blog and did a
project based on publicly available information. With that in mind, I
don't think dev.twitter.com integration is anywhere in the near future
(any more so than if anyone else posted this). This was my 3rd party
developer side coming back to life for a stint rather than a company-
sponsored project. I hope to make more time for 3rd party hacking

  — Matt

On Sep 19, 6:14 pm, Peter Denton <petermden...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Matt,
> Awesome! I can't wait to see the cool things to be developed. Do you think 
> there will be a showcase on dev.twitter for people to find scripts?
> Regards
> Peter
> Sent from my iPhone
> On Sep 19, 2010, at 4:59 PM, Matt Sanford <matt+...@twitter.com> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> >    Not sure who has #NewTwitter so far, and who has interest in
> > Grease Monkey, but I threw together a quick blog post on adding
> > content to the new Detail Pane athttp://bit.ly/gm-newtwitter. I'm
> > planning to do a second post on more complicated scripts soon (like
> > the bit.ly click counter display I'm testing locally). I'm looking
> > forward to seeing what other people do with Grease Monkey and
> > #NewTwitter as well.
> > Thanks;
> >  — Matt Sanford
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