Subject: Testing oAuth

Posted on: 25/04/11 09:21am
By: Geeklog_Ben

Hello geeklog 1.8.0 from my twitter account Smile

Ben



Re: Testing oAuth

Posted on: 25/04/11 09:30am
By: Roccivic_

Login with Facebook seems to work just fine, too. Now, if only I could change my username...

Rouslan

Re: Testing oAuth

Posted on: 25/04/11 10:33am
By: Roccivic_

Quote by: 1559674705

Now, if only I could change my username...



Oh, yeah, that's better Big Grin

Re: Testing oAuth

Posted on: 25/04/11 12:54pm
By: Anonymous

I'm from Facebook OAuth.
Thanks!!!

Ivy

Re: Testing oAuth

Posted on: 25/04/11 01:15pm
By: Anonymous

Now I'm from Twitter OAuth.
It's nice.

Ivy

Re: Testing oAuth

Posted on: 25/04/11 02:12pm
By: ::Ben

A lot of newbies today Smile

Ben

Re: Testing oAuth

Posted on: 26/04/11 07:46pm
By: Anonymous

One thing I have noticed is that when logging in with Facebook, is that the facebook number is shown instead of the actual facebook user name. I also had to fill in the Author name on top when replying to this forum article. Are these problems or issues that can be ironed out? The other thing is when submitting the post, is that it has captcha waiting for you to input before the submit button can be clicked. In a way this is nice because then the forum or any other part of geeklog can't be overrun by OAuth spammers.

Michael

Re: Testing oAuth

Posted on: 27/04/11 01:54am
By: Dirk

As mentioned in the 1.8.0b2 announcement, there's a bug in the OAuth code that logs you out again after 2 minutes - which is probably what happened to you here, i.e. you posted as an anonymous user.

Looks like Tom has found and fixed the problem, see the discussion on geeklog-devel.

The problem with the Facebook user id has also been discussed. Apparently, Facebook doesn't provide the username, only the real name and that number. Which is why we've enabled editing your username in My Account.

bye, Dirk

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