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[debian-devel:18416] Re: Bug#688372: quick look (Re: Bug#688372: ITP: bzr-tweet -- Bazaar commit and push tweet plugin


On Tue, 23 Oct 2012 22:42:38 +0900
Hideki Yamane <henrich@debian.or.jp> wrote:

> > >  Well, does it really need to see timeline, follow users, update profile?
> > >  I think only tweets are needed by users. Thus, I've not authenticated it,
> > >  yet.
> > > 
> > 
> > I can't disable these permissions, because twitter provides just three
> > types: Read only, Read/Write, Read/Write/DM.
> > It is set to Read/Write now. It was explained on README and uploaded.
>  Could you tell me the pointer for this information?
>  I'll look it.

Here is a documentation of it:

This page doesn't say "there are 3 options", but according to this page:

> ... xAuth will only be able to receive Read or Read/Write tokens.
> What this means is only applications which direct a user through the OAuth web
> flow will be able to receive access tokens that allow access to direct messages.

I think it means there are just 3 permission options.
In addition, I couldn't find the method to disable read permission on
"Create an application" page in twitter.

Should I add this link to README?

> >    $ bzr twitter-auth [SERVICE]
> >  
> >  You can choose "twitter" or "identica" as a service.
>  Now you can use identi.ca great :)
>  so,"$ bzr tweet-auth [SERVICE] "is better, isn't it?

Thanks, that's right. But I think it's not important.
I'll add that command in the next release. (I'll not remove the old
command because it will authentiucate with twitter if SERVICE is not

> > I tried to submit commit messages using bzr-tweet yesterday, but it
> > wasn't listed on the timeline. However, it was shown today. (I think it's identi.ca's probrem)
>  okay.
>  I'll upload it if you would reply (and update).
> -- 
> Regards,
>  Hideki Yamane     henrich @ debian.or.jp/org
>  http://wiki.debian.org/HidekiYamane

Koichi Akabe
  vbkaisetsu at {gmail.com, debian.or.jp}