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GUI Twitter clients: what are my options?

Can we get a list of Twitter clients that support Oauth going?

Gnome:

Gwibber

KDE:

Choqok source >= beta 3 has oauth

Air:

TweetDeck

Twhirl

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You don't need to link to the PPA version of gwibber, it's been fixed in Lucid. –  Jorge Castro Sep 9 '10 at 23:17
    
Thanks, updated. –  aperson Sep 9 '10 at 23:45
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If you don't insist on using free software - twhirl and TweetDeck (Adobe AIR apps) support Twitter's OAuth. Note that both of them support multiple accounts and can be used with status.net instances too.

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I'll add Air apps to the list, though on x64 linux, Air is a tad spotty (and is the sole reason why my case fan kicks into high). –  aperson Sep 9 '10 at 19:22
    
Those are free software too. –  KahWee Teng Sep 10 '10 at 18:14
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People generally mean "free as in freedom" rather than "free as in beer" in Linux circles. –  Nerdfest Sep 11 '10 at 4:00
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There is Hotot. You can found info about it here.

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This ppa claims to support Oauth for Gwibber. and here is another workaround for Gwibber. As for me I am using yoono extension of firefox for twitter updates.

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At this point, if a client does not support OAuth, it won't work. Check the bug tracker for complaints about the program not working to see if they support it or not.

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Thus my question. –  aperson Sep 9 '10 at 19:20
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