Hi Raffi,

Not sure if I am following this correctly or not, but basically I have
been developing a plugin for Textpattern for a while that uses basic
authorisation to update a Twitter feed based on the username/password
set for the plugin. Does this change mean that the user would now be
temporarily passed back to Twitter before they would be authorised? I
am hoping this isn't the case as it would make the plugin somewhat
useless to the people using it.

On Apr 24, 4:40 pm, Raffi Krikorian <ra...@twitter.com> wrote:
> hi all.
> you're going to be hearing a lot from me over the next 9 weeks.  our plan is
> to turn off basic authorization on the API by june 30, 2010 -- developers
> will have to switch over to OAuth by that time.  between now and then, there
> will be a *lot* of information coming along with tips on how to use OAuth
> Echo, xAuth, etc.  we really want to make this transition as easy as we can
> for everybody.
> as always, please feel free to reach out to this group, or to @twitterapi
> directly.  if you need help remembering the date -http://bit.ly/twcountdown
> .
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