Thanks for the plugin; it worked quite well for a while. Unfortunately I had to deactivate it just now because it broke the website with the following error (I replaced a few paths and other strings).
2013/07/16 11:24:35 [error] 28651#0: *772478 FastCGI sent in stderr: "PHP message: PHP Fatal error: Uncaught exception 'Exception' with message 'Make sure you are passing in the correct parameters' in /narf/wp-content/plugins/add-local-avatar/TwitterAPIExchange.php:45 Stack trace: #0 /narf/wp-content/plugins/add-local-avatar/avatars.php(173): TwitterAPIExchange->__construct(Array) #1 /narf/wp-content/plugins/add-local-avatar/avatars.php(1393): add_local_avatars->get_twitter_avatar('@sonicfan29d1') #2 /narf/wp-content/themes/silverorchid/includes/gazpo_loop.php(43): get_avatar('sonicfan2d91@...', '46') #3 /narf/wp-includes/template.php(409): require('/nar...') #4 /narf/wp-includes/template.php(383): load_template('/nar...', false) #5 /narf/wp-includes/general-template.php(128): locate_template(Array, true, false) #6 /narf/wp-content/themes/silverorchid/index.php(68): ge" while reading response header from upstream, client: 184.108.40.206, server: www.derpyhoovesnews.com, request: "GET / HTTP/1.1", upstream: "fastcgi://unix:/tmp/php-fpm.sock:", host: "www.derpyhoovesnews.com"
@sonicfan29d1 does not exist, but @sonicfan2d91 does. I suspect the problem may be that the resulting retrieval error wasn’t caught and caused the 500 error, but I didn’t look into it. Hope this helps!
All the best fluffiness,
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