OAuth Core 1.0 Final – Out the door into a service near you

At IIW 2007b OAuth Core 1.0 Final was released.

I wish I could attend IIW but I had previous work related obligations that I simply could not get out of. I do hope to attend the next one (IIW 2008a).

Now it’s time to update the C# client to the latest and really final version of the spec.

Congrats to everyone involved with OAuth. It is a truly amazing group of people and I think we can all be proud of the outcome!

10 thoughts on “OAuth Core 1.0 Final – Out the door into a service near you”

  1. Mike, this code can be used in both client (to generate the signature when sending stuff) and by the server (to verify a signature).
    I hope to get some time this weekend to update the code to the most recent spec.

    There is an initiative in the mailing list to create a certain standard for OAuth libraries structure which I think I’ll also implement soon, so this might turn into a bit more than just basic code.

    I’ll post a blog post when I’ll have the update code checked in.

  2. I want to use it in my winform project,this may be successful? I hope you told me by e-mail.thanks!!!

  3. Hi. The OAuth.net link to your C# code isn’t working. Is there a way I could get hold of it…. Cheers,

  4. Hey
    can you please help me implement the varification of the request using RSA-SHA1, its not implemented in the base library for c#, or you can just point me towards the hint and i can code it, i’m confused how to do the varification using rsa-sha1.

    Thanks in advance
    – Prashant

  5. Hi Eran,

    Is your OAuthBase class public domain, or is there a specific license associated with it?

    I ask because I would like to integrate it into a LGPL 2.1 codebase, of if OAuthBase were public domain, MIT/X11, or LGPL 2.1 that would be very convenient for me.

    The Google project where it is currently hosted has a blanket license of Apache 2.0 (which is incompatible with LGPL 2.1), but not every OAuth library in the project is actually licensed that way, so I wanted to double-check with you.

    Thanks for providing this helpful class!

  6. Hi Sandy, the code is public domain but I haven’t assigned a license to it. I think MIT/X11 would be the best one for it as long as I get some credit with a link to my blog :-)

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