I am also interested in mobile oath solution.
twitter guys should think of something before deprecating basic auth

On Aug 20, 8:01 am, Cameron Kaiser <spec...@floodgap.com> wrote:
> > I have a mobile based twitter client in the field and have implemented
> > oAuth for this client. Some of the devices are either very low memory
> > or have primitive browsers that dont support the rendering of the
> > 'allow' / 'deny' access page (http://twitter.com/oauth/authorize). I
> > have tried the obvioushttp://m.twitter.com/oauth/authorizebut this
> > seems to serve the same standard webage.
>
> > So Im looking for nat previous info or plans of a lightweight
> > implementation of oAuth access page for twitter.
>
> I'm also particularly interested in such a page, especially one a text
> browser could access such as Lynx or w3m.
>
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