posted on May 26, 2008 in Linux
, Web 2.0
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Know someone who’s never heard of twitter? I don’t.
There are loads of twitter desktop clients out there for Windows. I’m a Linux person so twittering from my command line is just one of the many was I twitter.
Linux and OpenSource Blog has published a list for desktop clients for Linux. Might come in handy for you.
- ktwitter - A simple Twitter script for KDE.
- twitter.el - Twitter from Emacs!
- twit.el – Another Emacs client.
- Vim Twitter – Twitter from Vim!
- gTwitter – a Twitter client for Linux.
- GtkTwitter - a Twitter client for Linux and Windows which using GTK.
- Twitbar - a Twitter client for Gnome users to post from the Deskbar
- Twit and Wayd – Two addons for Gnome Deskbar that allow posting updates to Twitter
- BLT – twitter meets the Bourne shell, with a hint of biff.
- Twitux – a Twitter client for the Gnome desktop. Features includes: gui-notifications, url tinyzer, and more..
- ZenTwitter - bash script which uses zenity and curl (could be launched from custom desktop/menu/panel icons)
- mitter – A very simple Python and pygtk client.
- prism-twitter - prism based