OAuth2 is coming. We're currently working on it. A year ago we didn't see
We will release more as we get closer to it being ready.
Is there any twitter plugins for WordPress that auto tweet you could base a
> What I'm trying to write is a WordPress plugin. It's distributed as PHP
> code and run by users of WordPress. The code would be hosted on their own
> site, and used to import posts from Tumblr to WordPress, or possibly export
> posts from WordPress to Tumblr.
> The need to have that OAuth 1.0a signature is the only thing holding me
> I really wish you guys had gone with OAuth 2.0 instead, because then this
> On Friday, September 14, 2012 3:32:28 PM UTC-5, John Bunting wrote:
>> It really depends on what kind of an application you are writing. Is this
>> In general, you can see how any open source twitter project stores tokens
>> There really isn't much more you can do.
>>> What is a better way to do this?
>>> I'm trying to write some open-source code to let end users authenticate
>>> Your proposed solution is to make all users of the code pretend that
>>> This is an awful lot to ask of users just for their programs to be able
>>> Note that the authentication worked fine with the old API. All the thing
>>> On Sunday, September 9, 2012 10:05:52 PM UTC-5, John Bunting wrote:
>>>> The best way to do this would be to have the user have some kind of
>>>> so for example, my ruby client requires either a .tumblr directory in
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