Allow the word 'yahoo' in a redirect URI
Why in the world can you not include the word "yahoo" in your redirect URI???
This prevents developers from using common libraries such as python-social-auth where the behavior expects redirects to go to "http://yourdomain.com/complete/yahoo-oauth2"
What kind of ridiculous requirement is this??
matt dodge shared this idea
Scott Wisson commented
We are having this issue as well. It's ridiculous. It's like someone got lazy and didn't want to bother with parsing something.
Here is the message you get if you try to use yahoo in your redirect URI:
'The following strings are not allowed: yahoo, yahoo!, y!, oath, verizon, verizon media, aol, techcrunch, huffington post, huffpost, engadget, flurry, ryot, tumblr and vdms'