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    Scott Spence
    @spences10
    Hello World!
    Benjamin Spak
    @benjaminspak_twitter
    Ello
    Aman Mittal
    @amandeepmittal
    Hola
    It's funny that it's showing my github profile image. I don't think fellow devs will like it.
    @spences10 shall we change the avatar image?
    Scott Spence
    @spences10
    Errrem
    I'm on mobile right now
    Can't find an option
    So
    I'll take a look when I'm back at the PC
    Scott Spence
    @spences10
    Hey @benjaminspak_twitter :wave:
    Ok now @amandeepmittal
    Aman Mittal
    @amandeepmittal
    Looks cool now @spences10
    Scott Spence
    @spences10
    :sunglasses:
    Aman Mittal
    @amandeepmittal
    I know it's off topic but are you guys using slack?
    Javier
    @javierojeda94
    I am, @amandeepmittal
    However, I don't know if gitter is better than slack or why?
    Aman Mittal
    @amandeepmittal
    Gitter lacks app integrations right?
    Scott Spence
    @spences10
    Gitter slack and discord
    Slack you need a server to host, right?
    Hi @javierojeda94 thanks for stopping by :+1:
    Javier
    @javierojeda94
    :sunglasses:
    Not really, we use Slack at work and we are not hosting it in our own servers
    However I don't know if the limitations for the free plan of slack makes gitter better
    Scott Spence
    @spences10
    spences10/twitter-bot-bootstrap#48
    :grimacing:
    Aman Mittal
    @amandeepmittal
    #48 when did this got introduce? I think if we do in a minimal manner maybe they won't.
    Scott Spence
    @spences10
    Yeah, I'm going to take it out of the bootstrap
    Seems odd that you can retweet it not like
    Aman Mittal
    @amandeepmittal
    earlier in their api I read that there's a limit of 1000 tweets and retweets per day.
    Is this there new guidelines in recent days?
    Scott Spence
    @spences10
    I don't know, I read them yesterday
    Aman Mittal
    @amandeepmittal
    100 days of code bot is still running without a problem since i have increased the frequency of minutes to like amd retweet
    Scott Spence
    @spences10
    @amandeepmittal you going to change the functionality though?
    I find it odd that the ToS restrict the liking of tweets but RT is fine
    Aman Mittal
    @amandeepmittal
    Initially, I am not. We already have a good amount of delayed frequency of time.
    Scott Spence
    @spences10
    It's nothing to do with the frequency though is it?
    ToS states no automated likes, so, errr
    Aman Mittal
    @amandeepmittal
    me have a look. Will update you soon on this matter.
    Let*
    Ryan Johnson
    @Neo_Globe_twitter

    Hi - working on setting up the bot following your directions. Seems to be mostly working, but there's some kind of hiccup about the 'id' parameter that I can't quite sort out. I'm getting this kind of message every time the bot tries a retweet:

    (>ლ) ERRORDERP: Retweet!
    (͡°͜ʖ͡°) SUCCESS: RT: In efforts to augment the impact investment ecosystem in #Pakistan and introduce #SDGs-aligned financing, @UNDP wil… https://t.co/UJmKKdjUfu RANDO ID: 13
    @('_')@ ERRORDERP: Retweet!
    ʕʘ̅͜ʘ̅ʔ SUCCESS: RT: RT @bgyouthdelegate: Start of our campaign "Sport for Development"! It will focus on the various ways sport contributes to sustainable deve… RANDO ID: 12
    Unhandled rejection Error: Twit: Params object is missing a required parameter for this request: id
    at /home/ec2-user/environment/twitter-bot-bootstrap/node_modules/twit/lib/helpers.js:39:13
    at RegExp.[Symbol.replace] (native)
    at RegExp.[Symbol.replace] (native)
    at String.replace (native)
    at Object.exports.moveParamsIntoPath (/home/ec2-user/environment/twitter-bot-bootstrap/node_modules/twit/lib/helpers.js:35:15)
    at Twitter._buildReqOpts (/home/ec2-user/environment/twitter-bot-bootstrap/node_modules/twit/lib/twitter.js:211:20)
    at /home/ec2-user/environment/twitter-bot-bootstrap/node_modules/twit/lib/twitter.js:92:10
    at Promise._execute (/home/ec2-user/environment/twitter-bot-bootstrap/node_modules/bluebird/js/release/debuggability.js:303:9)
    at Promise._resolveFromExecutor (/home/ec2-user/environment/twitter-bot-bootstrap/node_modules/bluebird/js/release/promise.js:483:18)
    at new Promise (/home/ec2-user/environment/twitter-bot-bootstrap/node_modules/bluebird/js/release/promise.js:79:10)
    at Twitter.request (/home/ec2-user/environment/twitter-bot-bootstrap/node_modules/twit/lib/twitter.js:84:10)
    at Twitter.post (/home/ec2-user/environment/twitter-bot-bootstrap/node_modules/twit/lib/twitter.js:68:15)
    at bot.get (/home/ec2-user/environment/twitter-bot-bootstrap/src/api/retweet.js:35:13)
    at /home/ec2-user/environment/twitter-bot-bootstrap/node_modules/twit/lib/twitter.js:125:13
    at onRequestComplete (/home/ec2-user/environment/twitter-bot-bootstrap/node_modules/twit/lib/twitter.js:336:5)
    at Request.<anonymous> (/home/ec2-user/environment/twitter-bot-bootstrap/node_modules/twit/lib/twitter.js:348:7)

    I'm guessing this means there's some field for the ID that isn't apparent. Any thoughts?