Why should I use this API over the other two Python Twitter APIs in PyPi?
- It's minimalist. Small. Simple. Don't you like simple?
- Its methods are directly bound to the Twitter API's URLs. For instance
twitter.statuses.friends_timeline()will always hit the URL
http://twitter.com/statuses/friends_timeline.json. Always. When Twitter decides to change them you won't have to update your version of the API (though you may have to update your code. Sorry, can't help that).
- The command line tool is pretty swell, I think.
- The Twitter IRC bot has no parallel (that I know of).