Ryan,

Thanks. Can I then suggest that you request Gnip to modify the
description of their Twitter Decahose feed. They refer to it as a
sample rate, which immediately creates confusion with your statuses/
sample.

On Nov 17, 2:09 pm, Ryan Sarver <rsar...@twitter.com> wrote:
> Dewald,
>
> The basic levels of all of the streaming APIs -- Spritzer, Follow,
> Track -- will remain open, free and direct from us. Elevated levels
> for non-display use will be served through Gnip.
>
> Hope that answers the question.
>
> Best, Ryan
>
> On Wed, Nov 17, 2010 at 5:44 PM, Dewald Pretorius <dpr...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Ryan,
>
> > The Gnip blog post states:
>
> > [QUOTE]Twitter Decahose. This volume-based product is comprised of 10%
> > of the full firehose. Starting today, developers who want to access
> > this sample rate will access it via Gnip instead of Twitter. Twitter
> > will also begin to transition non-display developers with existing
> > Twitter Gardenhose access over to Gnip.[/QUOTE]
>
> > How does this affect the basic statuses/sample method of the Streaming
> > API? Are you discontinuing it? If so, when?
>
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