Thx for the suggestion. Using Debian and can tell that some application which should work cause errors. Simply not possible to try all applications, may some applications got also a fix meanwhile. chronicon was new to me, hoping this will work somehow.
On Sep 4, 5:56 am, Bernd Stramm <bernd.str...@gmail.com> wrote: > On Fri, 3 Sep 2010 15:20:15 -0700 (PDT) > > Herb <taa.t...@gmail.com> wrote: > > Has all to do with Twitter. > > Changing to OAuth was really not needed and the problems for this > > change really obvious in first place, but since Twitter has that much > > users they probably feel that they can do whatever they like. > > Didn't find any way to use successfully OAuth for some Linux > > application in two weeks, > > As I said, my application works, on Fedora, Ubuntu Lucid, OpenSUSE and > MeeGo. > > Look athttp://chronicon.sourceforge.net. > > It is also in my launchpad ppa, and in my yum/zypper repos at > build.opensuse.org. > > There are other twitter clients that also use qoauth. As far as I know, > those are working as well. > > > Terminal updates for sure never will work > > again and and and..... the list is endless. > > This raise the question why there is a Twitter API at all available if > > the usage is not user friendly at all. > > > Well, point is if this situation continuous for some time it may > > provides a way for something else that is better usable than Twitter. > > There already is StatusNet. You can run your own service, or subscribe > to identi.ca. > > Of course the value of twitter is the large number of users. Most > people use twitter to publish their content, so the number of readers > is what they go after. > > > > > On Sep 4, 5:01 am, Scott Wilcox <sc...@dor.ky> wrote: > > > Hmm, that would be down to the developers of said applications not > > > moving them to OAuth, nothing to do with Twitter. They've had > > > plenty of time and warnings to do so. > > > > Don't take it out on Twitter when its down to the developers of the > > > applications to maintain them. > > > > On 3 Sep 2010, at 22:43, Herb wrote: > > > > > You find not one Twitter application for Linux that is working. > > > > Means Twitter is just useless if you use Linux. > > > > Not to talk from the thousands of Websites which send status > > > > messages to Twitter (e.g. a new posting/thread is entered). > > > > > Looks like OAuth really works out for Twitter. > > > > Thx a lot guys, but it's time to look for something else than > > > > Twitter. Having enough people using the service and just doing > > > > that what you guys have done is absolutely not amusing. > > > > smime.p7s > > > 5KViewDownload > > -- > Bernd Stramm > bernd.str...@gmail.com -- Twitter developer documentation and resources: http://dev.twitter.com/doc API updates via Twitter: http://twitter.com/twitterapi Issues/Enhancements Tracker: http://code.google.com/p/twitter-api/issues/list Change your membership to this group: http://groups.google.com/group/twitter-development-talk?hl=en