Kantter in the wild (now with even more OAuth)

This entry was posted Wednesday, 10 June, 2009 at 10:02 pm

Today I set up a Gitorious account to host the git repository for Kantter. Feel free clone or download it, but be warned, as it  very pre-alpha quality at this stage. Comments, suggestions and/or patches are welcome (though I have a fair list of each myself). You may also want to have a look at the requirements page to get you going.

Also, in addition to yesterday’s post, Twitter have now decided to add an extra step to the OAuth process. After the User (Me) gives approval to the Service Provider (Twitter) for the Consumer (Kantter) to make authorized request, the Service Provider provides the User with a PIN to give to the Consumer which is then used to validate the user’s key/secret pair.

It is a bit annoying that they decided to make a change just after I got everything working, but fortunately it was only a small one, and was easy to add support into Kantter.

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