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 8 years ago
doc more ' = ' spacing fixes 9 years ago
images Merge branch 'master' of 9 years ago
include Typo 8 years ago
js Removed execution permission: lintian warning in Debian packaging 9 years ago
library Merge branch 'master' of 9 years ago
mod XSRF protection and PHPdoc for mod/admin.php 8 years ago
spec Merge branch 'master' of 9 years ago
tests had arg order backwards 9 years ago
util rev update 9 years ago
view XSRF protection and PHPdoc for mod/admin.php 8 years ago
.gitignore excludes reports from git 9 years ago
.gitmodules adjust2 9 years ago
.htaccess Merge branch 'master' of git:// 9 years ago
INSTALL.txt INSTALL.txt - Friendika -> Friendica 9 years ago
LICENSE Update LICENSE 9 years ago
README Update README 9 years ago
boot.php rev update 9 years ago
build.xml added some tests 9 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 9 years ago
docblox.dist.xml Added docblox default configuration file. 9 years ago
htconfig.php poller: An optional lockfile is used to check if the poller is already running 9 years ago
index.php zrl hook 9 years ago
testargs.php never enough comments 10 years ago
update.php extensible item_id table for managing all the different message-ids generated by multiple services 9 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.