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Remove the last vestiges of the Twitter app.

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@@ -5,11 +5,11 @@ Flother is the personal web site for Matt Riggott. It's been through many
iterations but now it runs on Python 2.5 and Django 1.1 and is in active
development. This is the complete source code, released under the GPL v3.0.
-It includes seven apps that offer a blog, a photo library, geographical
-locations, a contact form, file uploads, a Google-powered search, and a copy of
-a Twitter user's status messages. (See "Features" below for more information.)
-It's fairly specific to my needs but you may find it useful either as a base for
-your own site or to help you learn Django.
+It includes six apps that offer a blog, a photo library, geographical
+locations, a contact form, file uploads, and a Google-powered search. (See
+"Features" below for more information.) It's fairly specific to my needs but
+you may find it useful either as a base for your own site or to help you learn
+Django.
You can see the code in action at http://www.flother.com/. For more
information, contact me: http://www.flother.com/contact/.
@@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ information, contact me: http://www.flother.com/contact/.
Features
==========
-There are seven main apps within the project. The largest is a blog with
+There are six main apps within the project. The largest is a blog with
Akismet-moderated comments. Entries are formatted using Markdown and can be
public, private, or draft. Draft entries can be previewed on the site by admin
users. Comments can be enabled entry by entry (i.e. one entry can have comments
@@ -36,10 +36,6 @@ Fifth, file uploads. Files of any type can be uploaded and stored via the
admin. Thumbnails of images are created and displayed in the admin. A
Javascript-based interface for using files in blog entries is provided.
-Sixth is a very simple app that stores a copy of a single Twitter user's
-messages. A management command is included that should be used periodically
-to save new messages from Twitter.
-
And finally, site search. Google's AJAX API is used (server-side) to perform a
site-wide search and return results on the site itself.
@@ -67,7 +63,6 @@ packages:
* StaticGenerator (http://github.com/flother/staticgenerator)
* Typogrify (http://code.google.com/p/typogrify/)
* Participation Graphs (http://github.com/flother/participationgraphs)
- * Python Twitter (http://code.google.com/p/python-twitter/)
Note that StaticGenerator is a fork of Jared Kuolt's original, to allow
Nginx to server up pre-compressed version of the cache.
@@ -159,20 +154,3 @@ django-admin.py import_from_flickr
This command should be run as regularly if you want to download your photos
from Flickr.
-
-django-admin.py import_user_timeline
-
- Imports messages from Twitter for one particular user. The Twitter username
- is defined as ``TWITTER_USERNAME`` in the project's settings and is mapped
- to a database user using the ``TWITTER_USER_MAPPING`` setting, e.g.:
-
- TWITTER_USERNAME = "riggbot"
- TWITTER_USER_MAPPING = {
- "riggbot": "matt",
- }
-
- The value for ``TWITTER_USER_MAPPING["riggbot"]``, ``matt``, is the username
- for the database user you want to assign the Twitter messages to.
-
- This command should be run as regularly if you want to download your
- messages from Twitter.
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@@ -5,7 +5,6 @@ PIL==1.1.7
South==0.7.1
django-compress==1.0.1
-e git://github.com/flother/participationgraphs.git@a0aff9b8b502e2849fe61d147f8b1b4d9294afb8#egg=participationgraphs-0.1.0-py2.5-dev
--e svn+http://python-twitter.googlecode.com/svn/trunk@183#egg=python_twitter-0.7_devel-py2.5-dev_r183
smartypants==1.6.0.3
-e git://github.com/flother/staticgenerator.git@dfb85ef3ef63762decdcfcbb45ba83998f250e0e#egg=staticgenerator-1.3.4-py2.5-dev
-e svn+http://typogrify.googlecode.com/svn/trunk@16#egg=typogrify-1.0-py2.5-dev_r16

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