Rich data /media tweet - opengraph or opentweet ? iframes in tweets!


#1

How does Amazon provide that kind of rich data in tweets ?Is there any chance to have an open standard such opengraph ? See this tweet http://twitter.com/#!/themihai/status/173042708510801920
Is there any kind of OpenGraph integration . I debugged the tweet a bit and I see that it uses some evil iframes and maybe a proprietary embedding technique . See
http://www.amazon.com/gp/twitter/oembed?callback=1330096651773&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.com%2FMountain-Three-Short-Sleeve-Black%2Fdp%2FB000NZW3KC%2Fref%3Dtsm_1_tw_s_amzn_lzebdt%3Fie%3DUTF8%26qid%3D1328671838%26sr%3D8-1&maxwidth=436&_=1330096690931

The frame embedded is http://www.amazon.com/gp/twitter/preview/product/B000NZW3KC/ref=twp_pr_product?ie=UTF8&width=436&twpref=tsm_1_tw_s_amzn_lzebdt


#2

There is not yet an open program to be involved in our details pane. We use a mixture of technologies, including OEmbed to accomplish these. There’s nothing inherently evil about IFRAMEs and they’d likely be sandboxed within IFRAMEs regardless of whether using a pure OEmbed solution or otherwise. Look for news in the future on any opportunities for developers to participate, should they arise.


#3

Twitter - please allow devs to embed rich media via opengraph tags, this would be a fantastic addition to the platform and would undoubtedly increase user engagement and overall retention.


#4

Dear Twitter,
I can get non YouTube videos to play in Facebook posts, I can get non YouTube videos into Google search results but I can’t get a player/video independent of YouTube, Blip.tv or Vimeo into Tweets. Whilest I appreciate this is tricky I love the Opengraph style of markup (with an Oembed oneliner) that Blip.tv have agreed with yourselves to be acceptable.

<!-- start Twitter sharing meta -->

<meta name="twitter:card" content="player">
<meta name="twitter:player" content="/.mp4">
<meta name="twitter:player:height" content="360">
<meta name="twitter:player:width" content="640">
<meta name="medium" content="video">
<meta name="description" content="Test">
	
<!-- end Twitter sharing meta -->

Please can this apply more widely to all publishers?

Thanks,

Matt


#5

meta name=“twitter:card” content=“player”>

< meta name = "twitter: máy nghe nhạc: chiều rộng" content = "640">

#6
< meta name = "twitter: máy nghe nhạc: chiều rộng" content = "640">

#7