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How To Install KDE Microblogging Client Choqok 1.0 RC 1 In Kubuntu [And Ubuntu]


How To Install KDE Microblogging Client Choqok 1.0 RC 1 In Kubuntu [And Ubuntu]

Choqok is a KDE microblogging client. It supports a number of microblogging sites like Twitter, StatusNet (which powers Identi.ca) and, with the new release, Open Collaboration Services. In my opinion, it is the best Twitter clients available for Linux – its far better than Gwibber. The first release candidate of Choqok 1.0, codenamed “Huma” has…

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By Ricky on December 7th
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Install Choqok 1.0 Beta 2 From PPA [Kubuntu 10.04 & 10.10]


Since Twitter has ended support for the basic authentication in favour of OAuth, you have to upgrade to Choqok 1.0 Beta 2 in order to continue using Twitter.

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By Ricky on August 31st
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How To Use Twitter OAuth Authentication In Choqok


How To Use Twitter OAuth Authentication In Choqok

Twitter has started their process of migrating to OAuth authentication a few days back. In this post we will show you how to use OAuth in Choqok.

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By Ricky on August 24th
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Choqok 1.0 Beta 2 Released – Supports OAuth And Filtering


Choqok 1.0 Beta 2 Released – Supports OAuth And Filtering

The second beta of the KDE microblogging client Choqok 1.0 has been released today. This release is codenamed “Reloaded” and according to the developers “it’s quit stable and usable now”.

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By Ricky on August 15th
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How To install Choqok 1.0 Beta 1 in (K)Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala


How To install Choqok 1.0 Beta 1 in (K)Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala

Choqok is a micro-blogging client for KDE and in my opinion, one of the best at that. Recently, the Choqok team released the first beta towards Choqok 1.0. It has various improvements like: Actions to subscribe/unsubscribe and block a user, added to User menu. Support to attach a file (like image) to a dent in…

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By Ricky on March 12th
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