It sounds like getting the app to just self-register to an instance makes the most sense, based on this: https://github.com/tootsuite/mastodon/issues/45#issue-177759492
People who build apps for Mastodon, how do you handle auth? Do you have a server that holds your client credentials, or do you just store them in the app?
And how do you handle redirection back to your app? For web this is fine, but I've noticed that the redirect_uri doesn't support URI schemes like myapp://?code=12345
@owen well yeah.
Agile's best feature is that it makes a standardized, respectful interface between the business strategic people and the development people, and shrinks iteration cycle so that business and dev can align on what's technically possible and what's most critical for the business, instead of building giant projects full of impossible dreams that developers know will never work.
Business strategy and leadership is a different domain that requires the development of different skills. And even a "double threat" business and dev person would not want to perform the two activities simultaneously.
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