HI, Tom,

What I just want to know is, how to get access tokens dynamically, using
https://api.twitter.com/oauth/request_token
url. I went through the documentation but I cant understand. Pls give me a
clue.

Thanks in advance.
Pradeep.

On Wed, Oct 6, 2010 at 12:42 AM, Tom Monaghan <slo...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi folks,
>
> Can someone please share the caching expiration plan for newtwitter?
> It seems to cache new content for a really, really long time (at least
> 12 hours, though I think this number is falling).
>
> A few of our apps will regularly destroy some of their past tweets.
> Users with oldtwitter will not see said tweet if they haven't had it
> in their stream, and if it is in their stream, will lose it in their
> first refresh or authentication cycle.  This is our expected behavior.
>
> Users with newtwitter will see those tweets, even after they have been
> destroyed.  Even if they didn't have an active session during the time
> of their creation / destruction.
>
> You can manually flush your home timeline's cache by leaving the
> preview to return to oldtwitter.  If you then go back to newtwitter,
> they stay gone.  Signing out / signing back in to newtwitter and
> destroyed tweets are still there.
>
> What are the new caching expiration values?  Are there plans to
> decrease them?  Is there a goal min/max that we can expect?  Is what
> I've described expected behavior?
>
> Any help would be appreciated.
>
> Thanks much,
> Tom
>
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