Friendica Communications Platform (please note that this is a clone of the repository at github, issues are handled there)
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Tobias Hößl b885fedee1 XSRF protection and PHPdoc for mod/admin.php 10 years ago
doc more ' = ' spacing fixes 10 years ago
images Merge branch 'master' of 10 years ago
include Typo 10 years ago
js Removed execution permission: lintian warning in Debian packaging 10 years ago
library Merge branch 'master' of 10 years ago
mod XSRF protection and PHPdoc for mod/admin.php 10 years ago
spec Merge branch 'master' of 10 years ago
tests had arg order backwards 10 years ago
util rev update 10 years ago
view XSRF protection and PHPdoc for mod/admin.php 10 years ago
.gitignore excludes reports from git 10 years ago
.gitmodules adjust 10 years ago
.htaccess Merge branch 'master' of git:// 10 years ago
INSTALL.txt INSTALL.txt - Friendika -> Friendica 10 years ago
LICENSE Update LICENSE 10 years ago
README Update README 10 years ago
boot.php rev update 10 years ago
build.xml added some tests 10 years ago
database.sql reverting recent db driver changes - won't install cleanly, won't update cleanly, and leaks DB credentials over the web if there's a connection problem 10 years ago
docblox.dist.xml Added docblox default configuration file. 10 years ago
htconfig.php poller: An optional lockfile is used to check if the poller is already running 10 years ago
index.php zrl hook 10 years ago
testargs.php never enough comments 11 years ago
update.php extensible item_id table for managing all the different message-ids generated by multiple services 10 years ago


Friendica Social Communications Server

Welcome to the free social web.

Friendica is a communications platform for integrated social communications utilising decentralised communications and linkage to several indie social projects - as well as popular mainstream providers.

Our mission is to free our friends and families from the clutches of data-harvesting corporations, and pave the way to a future where social communications are free and open and flow between alternate providers as easily as email does today.