Raffi Krikorian replied to my question about pass-through parameters in the callback URL:
i don't think this is possible in oauth 1.0a. i know oauth 2.0 has a state parameter (don't quote me on the name) that will allow clients to pass an opaque string to the server who will then pass it back.
One of my co-workers came up with this:

looking at the twitter docu on github

i see this:

4) You will now have a Twitter URL that you must send the user to. You can add parameters and
they will return with the user in step 5.

https://twitter.com/oauth/authenticate?oauth_token=xyz123&info=abc // info will return with user

I haven't tried this yet, but it appears to be saying that the feature I want _is_ available. How should I interpret it?

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