I never knew that asking questions would be considered "whining".

Twitter has never officially stated that OAuth is in "production" like they
announce other features (like Lists).  Now they seem to be telling
developers to start moving to OAuth.

You state to "don't" use it.  It doesn't look like we will have much of a
choice soon.  Twitter is recommending third-parties move to OAuth.  Looks
like it won't be long before basic auth is depreciated.

On Tue, Dec 1, 2009 at 10:17 AM, Duane Roelands <duane.roela...@gmail.com>wrote:

> Use it or don't, and own your decision.  It works.  It's stable.  It's
> more secure than Basic Auth.  It's what Twitter wants you to use.
> What's the problem here?
> So tired of OAuth whining.
> > If Twitter OAuth is stable enough for Twitter to recommend that that
> > all third-party applications connect through OAuth connection, then
> > move it out of beta and into production mode, and announce it as such.
> > If not, then don't make that recommendation.

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