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Twitter Kdialog script

   0.1  

KDE Chat Application

Score 65%
Twitter Kdialog script
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Link:  Link
Downloads:  584
Submitted:  Apr 19 2007

Description:

Quickly add a 'what are you doing' line to twitter from within KDE.

INSTALL:
Save the script to a directory in your PATH (run 'echo $PATH' to find the places in your path).
Edit the script and replace {username} and {password} with your twitter credentials.
Run this script from anywhere within KDE. Easiest is to rightclick on your desktop and choose "New » Shortcut to application", and then point it to the twitter.sh script.

REQUIREMENTS
Kdialog
curl




LicenseGPL
(Twitter Kdialog script)
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 Trouble

 
 by Chi0 on: May 25 2007
 
Score 50%

Hey their I love the Idea of this script but i can't get it to work. Does this look right to you?

Quote:

#!/bin/bash
curl -u {email@email.com}:{passwrod} -s -F status="`kdialog --inputbox 'What are you doing?'`" http://twitter.com/statuses/update.xml


You can check my Twitter account here :)
http://twitter.com/TerranceKennedy

Ps:I do have Curl installed


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 Crossposting

 
 by SputnikRock on: Aug 19 2008
 
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To allow crossposting to other micro-blogging services that also use a similar API like Twitter, one could try to use the script like this:

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#!/bin/bash
message=`kdialog --inputbox 'What are you doing right now?'`
curl -u Twitter_USERNAME:PASSWORD -s -F status="$message" http://twitter.com/statuses/update.xml http://twitter.com/account/end_session
curl -u Identi.ca_USERNAME:PASSWORD -s -F status="$message" http://identi.ca/api/statuses/update.xml http://identi.ca/account/end_session
----

This script sends the same message to two services. In this case it is Twitter - and the open source alternative http://identi.ca as well.

identi.ca is based on the Laconica software ( http://laconi.ca/ ) - and this script will similar work with every service that runs Laconica.

Have fun!

P.S.
The most missing feature for me is a sign that the limit of letters (140 signs) has been reached... Everything else works very well just with kdialog and curl!


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