> > i wouldn't qualify a text-only client as a desktop client :P
> Funny, the 800 people who are using my OAuth-enabled text-only client
> seem to think it works just fine.  Just because -you- don't like it
> doesn't mean it doesn't count.

I don't think that's what Raffi meant. I understood it to mean that a
text-only client isn't a typical desktop environment, which I agree with
(hence my interest in the browserless API).

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