Someone, please help. I feel like a character in a lesser Orwell novel.
For the second time now (see the first post in thiis thread), our app has been denied for the same reason: "Technically, all application that have capabilities to post comments need to have the Captchas check in the process of posting the comment. So, we recommend that you refer to the PostTo Sample - OpenSocial Extensions to correct the procedure by which the buttons are posted."
The reviewer just cut and pasted this response from the previous rejection, and it is directly contrary to what Donny Mack posted above: "You do not have to worry about the captcha when using PostTo - we handle it on our side." (And yes, we are posting the correct way, using MDPPost).
So which is it? We'd be happy to force users into a capcha screen, but we do not know how. This functionality is not documented.
We presume this is because, as Donny Mack said, it is handled by MySpace.
You must capcha! Do not capcha! Help!