On 12 Apr 2011, at 17:15, Digga wrote:
> This is something I am experiencing as well. There is clearly 150 that
> is awarded to the accounts per hour. I signed out and signed in, ad
> every time there is 150 requests, not 350.
> Is there suppose to be 350 or 150 coming from this call?
> because I get 150 for my accounts. It will reset on another account,
> but still only to 150 not 350.
> On Apr 11, 10:11 pm, Arnaud Meunier <arn...@twitter.com> wrote:
>> Hey Alin,
>> What do you mean by "*I authenticated, verified the credentials and **
>> queried*"? In this context (API call) authenticating means signing your
>> request using OAuth. Signing-in with your account on twitter.com is a
>> completely different thing and has no effect on your API requests.
>> Arnaud / @rno <http://twitter.com/rno>On Mon, Apr 11, 2011 at 12:48 PM,
>> impeto <impet...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hey guys,
>>> maybe this question has been asked before, but I just joined the
>>> group. I just ran into a little problem that threw me off. I'm
>>> developing a website that uses the REST API extensively. The
>>> documentation says that anonymous requests get limited to 150 requests/
>>> hour/IP and authenticated requests get limited to 350 requests/hour/
>>> user. I did the anonymous request to "account/rate_limit_status" and I
>>> got 150; and then I authenticated, verified the credentials and
>>> queried "account/rate_limit_status" again. Got the same result. Why is
>>> that? When you are authenticated, aren't you supposed to get 350 back
>>> from "account/rate_limit_status"?
>>> Thanks in advance.
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