Hello guys,

    Perhaps the most frustrating piece in dealing with the OAuth
configuration is that the twitter OAuth page talks casually about
"urlEncode".  You need to "urlEncode this" and "urlEncode that".  What
the page does not say is that "urlEncode" is not a standard
urlEncoding system that web developers are used to.  The urlEncode
required by OAuth signatures is actually "percent encode" and it is
*required* that you use percent encoding for anything but a small
subset of characters.

    The only characters that do not require percent encoding are:

unreserved = a through z, A through Z, 0 through 9 and  '-', '.', '_',
'~'

Miguel

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