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Topic # 59229 30-Mar-2010 15:50
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Any chance of changing it so that geekzone uses twitter properly rather than taking our username and password.

I often change the password for it since I use it on untrusted computers and that means I have to update it here. If it was an authorized app then it would not be an issue.




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  Reply # 312874 30-Mar-2010 16:08
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When we developed the Twitter integration the only way of doing it was the API authentication - Twitter OAuth didn't come until *AFTER* we had it done. It's in the plans, but not for this week.





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  Reply # 312875 30-Mar-2010 16:08
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I would much rather see OAUTH used as well.




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