Within the last couple of days Twitter has turned off one of the 2 methods they use to allow applications to automatically post messages - not unexpected as they have been saying for a year or two that they were planning to!
Unfortunately this is the method that OCP uses to update twitter feeds, so this effectively stops OCPv2 from being able to 'talk' to twitter.
The remaining update method that does work can't be included in OCPv2 so we won't be able to restore this function.
We are looking at ways to use the remaining method and are hopefull that we'll be able to include support in a future application, but there aren't any timetables for when this might be available I'm afraid.
Peter Jarrett, Technical Director
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