Taylor, I don't need this as much as some other developers but I think I understand why they keep asking for this.
Sure, our app is not "logged in". But many apps make the user log in to Twitter in order to use the app. Then, when the user is done with the app, they can't just logout and leave, we have to tell them to go to Twitter.com and logout. This is embarrassing (unprofessional) and potentially risky. If they don't understand that they are still logged in with Twitter, they may make some mistake, such as tweeting from the wrong account, and there could be privacy/security concerns about subsequent actions a user may perform while unknowingly logged in to Twitter. Let me turn the question around: why does Twitter not want this? Ken On Aug 19, 4:20 pm, Taylor Singletary <taylorsinglet...@twitter.com> wrote: > The REST API is (mostly) stateless. There is no "logged in" to "log out." > > Are you wanting to ensure that the user has to enter their credentials in > again when presented with the OAuth flow? If not, what would you be > interested in doing this for? > > Taylor > > On Thu, Aug 19, 2010 at 6:50 AM, JTOne <jthot...@gmail.com> wrote: > > How i can logout using oauth or rest api of twitter? > >