Drupal is now OAuth-enabled

via Sumit Kataria on the oauth list:

I am very happy to announce that Drupal’s OAuth module is now ready to use. Right now it just acts as server because we don’t need client support at this time, Client implementation will be done soon by the time release of Drupal 7 as ServicesAPI in Drupal 7 will be needing it. Endpoints for Drupal are:

REQUEST URL : http://www.example.com/?q=oauth/request
AUTH URL : http://www.example.com/?q=oauth/auth
ACCESS : http://www.example.com/?q=oauth/access

At this time Services API is necessary to use OAuth (also it is the only module which is gonna use oauth as well – so not a big deal). This module also provides a test browser to produce OAuth tokens (whole Drupal way using multi-page form). Right now only PLAIN-TEXT signature method is supported but soon support for other methods will be added as well.

I’m slowly learning my way around Drupal, so this is rather good encouragement to learn faster…

See the announcement for more details and links.

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