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How to Help

The SuperTweet.net API Proxy concept began as a solution suggested by the friendly @twitterapi team:

Why not have the controller proxy through a full-featured webserver that can oAuth in to Twitter?

John Kalucki
http://twitter.com/jkalucki
Infrastructure, Twitter Inc.

So that's exactly what we did. And then we decided we were not the only ones with this problem, so we created SuperTweet.net API Proxy service for anyone to use in their simple twitter apps.

You can help in several ways. You might consider donating to the project. Or you might want to host a server. You could consider getting involved with the SuperTweet.net community as a volunteer. Or you might simply help make SuperTweet.net more popular by:

If your apps make a high-volume of Twitter API requests, consider using a Stand-alone Proxy on your own machine instead of overloading the free Supertweet.net API service.

Regardless, we value having you here, as a contributor or as a participant. Thank you for using SuperTweet.net!

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