i haven't implemented OAuth at the moment but i'm at the verge doing
it. although it is complete nonsense for my closed circuit use of
posting status updates from website to twitter by fixed set of 2 to 3
users which never change.
i wish that Twitter would offer an alternative for scenarios like
i just wanted to clarify this...

On 20 Mai, 19:16, Lil Peck <lilp...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, May 18, 2010 at 2:13 PM, Eric <wetr...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > We are using the Streaming API and will only be using our own
> > credentials.  Our experience with OAuth in other services has not been
> > positive, so like TJ says "huge hassle for no gain".
> Although I was able to finally adapt to Oauth (thanks for Abraham and
> thanks to Scott), I agree that for folks who have web apps that do not
> require them to collect other people's logins, or to give their own to
> a third party, that it does seem a shame that provisions haven't been
> made to let those apps continue as is. Sorta looks like fixing what
> aint broke.

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