Hello Jason and other folks that made it to #devnestSF,

I did not make it out.  I had one huge question and I wonder if any of
the other folks had it:

When (if ever) will twitter open up embedding in the details pane to
new companies? (specifically video players)

Did anyone else ask this?   What is the answer?

Thank you very much,

On May 17, 12:58 pm, Jason Costa <jasonco...@twitter.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> Thanks again to those of you who spent the evening with us this past
> Thursday at #devnestSF. We had a great time seeing so many of you, and
> hope you enjoyed yourselves too. We started off the night with talks
> from Dick Costolo and Ryan Sarver, then saw presentations from four
> great companies in the ecosystem: DataMinr, Klout, The Guardian, and
> Quora. A big thanks to all four of them for coming out.
> We also had a chance to do Q&A with Ryan and Matt Harris from the
> Platform team. We heard some solid questions from the audience around
> an OAuth 2 implementation, the status of the JavaScript API and
> @anywhere, opening up an API for the t.co shortener, and more. We’re
> hoping to eventually upload videos from the event, but don’t have a
> timeline as of yet for that.
> Just to recap on some of the statistics we revealed during the event:
> - the platform now receives 13 Billion API requests a day
> - 600,000 developers are working with the Twitter API
> - 900,000 applications have integrated with the Twitter API
> Additionally, we saw other exciting activities in the ecosystem over
> the past six months:
> - ~$1 Billion in acquisitions
> - ~$475 Million in venture capital investment
> As I mentioned above, we had some great ecosystem company
> presentations too:
> - DataMinr sent out an alert regarding Osama Bin Laden’s death 20
> minutes before Bloomberg reported it, and the detection was based on
> only 19 tweets.
> - Klout is now serving almost 1 Billion API calls monthly, with more
> than 4 billion graph edges scored daily and over 6 billion tweets
> analyzed for user topics every three months.
> - Guardian discussed how they were able to pull down a massive volume
> of tweets, and analyze public sentiment around Tony Blair at the
> Chilcott Inquiry.
> - Quora illustrated how they effectively use the Twitter OAuth sign-in
> flow, and noted how they see an average of 30 click-throughs when a
> user tweets an answer out.
> If you attended the event and have feedback, please feel free to send
> me a note (jasonco...@twitter.com) - I’d love to hear how you felt
> about it. We want to do more of these in the future, and your feedback
> will help us to better calibrate those events.

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