[thelist] Twitter

Martin Burns martin at easyweb.co.uk
Mon Nov 29 12:27:19 CST 2010

On 28 Nov 2010, at 15:07, Jack Timmons wrote:

> All of this is assuming you're saying "There will be one
> Twitter account, and trusted users will all be able to use it."

Yeah, you really don't want to be giving out a shared username/password. Better to have individually managed UIDs that can post to a central account, with that central account's credentials not visible to each user.

At some point, someone *is* going to screw up; removing access for a while until they're better able to conduct themselves may be necessary. 
Also, people do leave (dammit) and you'll want to revoke their access.
You want to be able to do that without disrupting anyone else.


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