Revisiting Twitter clients
Linux for blind general discussion
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Mon Feb 7 12:27:13 UTC 2022
Tim here. A while back I tried a smattering of CLI Twitter clients
and was pretty disappointed. Rainbowstream was the least bad of
them, so that's where I'd start.
It required the ability to do an OAUTH credential thing, but I think
it can be completed using an external browser (such as one on a phone
or on a different computer) since all it needs to do is get
confirmation from Twitter that the login is legit.
On February 1, 2022, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> Hi all,
> I find myself often starting the PC and just doing what I needed to
> do without starting an XSession at all.
> Quickly editing a document using, in my case, Nano, simply because
> I actually like it for being simple, easy and effective. Maybe
> playing some music, and now that I've figured it out, reading my
> mail using alpine.
> Is there a reasonably good TUI Twitter client that doesn't rely on
> any kind of XSession?
> I know this has been discussed but, since stuff change so darn fast
> in tech, and particularly in the FOS world, maybe there's something
> new to say on the topic.
> Warm regards,
> Brandt Steenkamp
> Sent from the Slint console using Alpine
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