Congratulations on the new site! It looks great and really seems to be a big improvement in terms of topic organization.
Brian Maso On Jul 11, 11:12 am, Arnaud Meunier <arn...@twitter.com> wrote: > Today we're launching the new version of our Twitter Developer Site. With > over 1,000,000 registered applications and 750,000 developers building on > the platform today, we needed a new home to support the Twitter community > better. So, we listened to everyone and gathered your ideas. The new site > enhances communication channels, offers improved reference material and > documentation, and will foster better interaction for everyone who visits > it. > > As you dive in, you’ll notice a number of changes. We focused on tightly > structuring the content so it is more easily discoverable and > understandable. Because the site will have to change over time to serve the > needs of our evolving community, we relaunched it using Drupal, which > provides more flexibility, better tools than we had, and a large developer > network with whom we can work more closely. The new dev.twitter.com also > includes the following highlights: > > * Discussions - We need a place to talk with each other that gives us more > functionality than we have now. So, it’s time to move away from the mailing > list. In the new discussions section, you’ll find “Hot Topics” for the most > popular conversations. And you can subscribe to the categories and threads > that interest you most. Lastly, we created a “Dev Teatime” section to focus > on a more social side of the community. We hope to get to know more of you > through this feature, so please check it > out.https://dev.twitter.com/discussions > > * Developer Blog - The new blog provides a place to learn about important > API announcements, events, tips and how-tos, case studies on great apps, > product insights, and more. We’ll be featuring content from a variety of > different teams here at Twitter, as well as highlighting great applications > built on the platform. We’ll also be featuring guest blog posts from > community members.https://dev.twitter.com/blog > > * Better Documentation - The docs have better structure and searchability > and should feel more intuitive. They are easier to update, so you’ll know > you are always reading the most up to date information when you’re looking > for what you need.https://dev.twitter.com/docs > > * Improved Apps Management - The new app manager has a streamlined design > that provides more comprehensive information for your > app.https://dev.twitter.com/apps > > * Enhanced Search - Powered by Apache Solr, searching the new > dev.twitter.com also got a boost. We have a unified search engine with > filters and expect results to be more relevant. Also, we can search the > archive from our Groups mailing list.https://dev.twitter.com/search > > Most importantly, this is just a starting point and we really want to hear > from everyone. We will continue to add new features based on what we need > and what we learn. The site will be an ongoing effort and we’d love to hear > your thoughts in the Feedback section of our new Discussions area. We hope > everyone enjoys the new site and look forward to making this the best > developer site it can be. > > Arnaud / @rno -- Twitter developer documentation and resources: https://dev.twitter.com/doc API updates via Twitter: https://twitter.com/twitterapi Issues/Enhancements Tracker: https://code.google.com/p/twitter-api/issues/list Change your membership to this group: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/twitter-development-talk