I noticed that you recently added a first draft of an OAuth implementation.
My first question woudl be - what state do you feel your initial implementation is in, and when do you think it will be usable or stable?
I am trying to use the head rev with some sample code I found here:
I did have to work out a couple of issues with getting the current code to run with this (still using the old auth code).
But when I try using
OAuthToken = flickr.OAuthGetRequestToken("oob");
I get an error response: oauth_problem=timestamp_refused
unfortunatley, flickr doesn't seem to give a reason.
I did notice that you probably need to truncate the timestamp to an int value, but the code variation below still returns the error response:
public static string DateToUnixTimestamp(DateTime date)
TimeSpan ts = date - unixStartDate;
int seconds = (int)ts.TotalSeconds;
Any idea why this might be failing? (and yes, my pc clock should be pretty accurate on the time.)