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Python bindings for the tweetworks.com web service API

Project Description

What is Tweetworks?

Tweetworks is a service and site built on top of Twitter allowing a user to create public and private groups (instead of hashtags) with threaded conversations and more.

Tweetworks is a Boston-area startup created by @MikeLangford, and it features a full-fledged web service API.

Using the Package

You’ll need a Tweetworks account in order to use this API.

  1. Obtain a Tweetworks API key: http://www.tweetworks.com/pages/contact
  2. Read the Tweetworks API documentation: http://www.tweetworks.com/pages/api
  3. import tweetworks
  4. api = tweetworks.API(“your api key”)
  5. Start calling API methods!

That’s the gist of it! For more detailed information, see the documentation: http://www.ultranurd.net/code/tweetworks/doc.html

Contributing

The easiest way to help out is to interact with the project on github: http://github.com/UltraNurd/tweetworks-py/. If you’re not able to dive into the code yourself, contact me with suggestions, bugfixes, and the like.

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