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From Murray Altheim <murra...@altheim.com>
Subject Re: [jira] Created: (JSPWIKI-522) TwitterRecentChanges
Date Sun, 05 Apr 2009 08:55:27 GMT
Janne Jalkanen wrote:
>> Ack. Should have checked before hitting Send. I've actually got a
>> functional JSPWiki plugin based on Twitter4J, and I stopped working
>> on it as I hadn't resolved the AAA issues. Sorry for the (my)
>> confusion... [am trying to debug something and my head wasn't fully
>> out of that and into writing email.]
> 
> If you make it a PageFilter (and hook to postSave()) you can put the 
> auth info in filters.xml in which case it's not visible to anyone you 
> don't want it to.

Hi Janne,

Is there an example of this somewhere I can use as a model? I've in
the past done a fair bit of using the postSave() method but not
thought about how it hooks into filters.xml...

Hmmm (thinking out loud)

> Technically, you wouldn't even need Twitter4J, since the posting methods 
> are trivial. You can post to Twitter even with curl, if you want to :-)

Ah, but Yosuke Yamamoto, the lead developer for Twitter4J, seems
keen to gradually implement a lot of the other Twitter features,
e.g., one of the recent versions includes searching. I've been
thinking of sorta highjacking Twitter as a means of transmitting
data across a network, particularly from a cell phone. I.e., having
an application receive tweets (from particularly Twitter accounts,
for example) and process them.

Thanks,

Murray

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