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Posted almost 3 years ago by friendica
(Reposted from Tobias Diekershoff) Upcoming in September: Friendica Hackathon in Berlin, Germany. From Sept. 5th to 7th 2014, some Friendica developers and users will be gathering in Berlin to work on software improvements. Everyone is invited to ... [More] join.The plan is to work on some issues (label Berlin2014) and to get to know other friendica friends in person. We hope to see non-coders as well as coders! People who know about UI, who would like to test or document changes are very welcome! If you can't come in person but you'd like to work with us, join us on IRC (#friendica on freenode, UTC +2 ;) ) or in the forum! The venue: Groessenwahn, Kinzigstr. 9, 10247 Berlin, Germany (http://kinzig9.de/gwl.html)The venue is not accessible in a wheel chair. If you are somehow involved with friendica and you would like to join, poke us! There is still a limited amount of sleeping places available. "Us" - that's tugelblend@snarl.de, tobias@f.diekershoff.de and freiefunken@pink.pilot.io Hope to see you in September!!! [Less]
Posted almost 3 years ago by friendica
(Reposted from Tobias Diekershoff) Upcoming in September: Friendica Hackathon in Berlin, Germany. From Sept. 5th to 7th 2014, some Friendica developers and users will be gathering in Berlin to work on software improvements. Everyone is invited to ... [More] join.The plan is to work on some issues (label Berlin2014) and to get to know other friendica friends in person. We hope to see non-coders as well as coders! People who know about UI, who would like to test or document changes are very welcome! If you can't come in person but you'd like to work with us, join us on IRC (#friendica on freenode, UTC +2 ;) ) or in the forum! The venue: Groessenwahn, Kinzigstr. 9, 10247 Berlin, Germany (http://kinzig9.de/gwl.html)The venue is not accessible in a wheel chair. If you are somehow involved with friendica and you would like to join, poke us! There is still a limited amount of sleeping places available. "Us" - that's tugelblend@snarl.de, tobias@f.diekershoff.de and freiefunken@pink.pilot.io Hope to see you in September!!! [Less]
Posted over 3 years ago by friendica
Friendica team is proud to present Friendica 3.2, the new version of our Personal Federated Communication Server.What's new:    Friendica now is licensed under the terms of AGPL Import/Export user account New and updated themes Better handling of ... [More] statusnet discussion threads Support Open Graph and Dublin Core when showing single items Updated communication with Diaspora Use APC if present Improved installation script Improved administration panels Improvements to SQL queries Improvements to search function Bug fixes:  #516, #517, #525, #476, #540, #546, #712, #728 More in changelist.txt ( https://github.com/friendica/friendica/blob/3.2/changelist.txt ) How to update:If you installed Friendica via git, simply pull from our repo ( https://github.com/friendica/friendica/ )If you installed Friendica uploading files via FTP, download last version ( https://github.com/friendica/friendica/archive/3.2.zip ) and upload it to your server, overwriting old files. [Less]
Posted over 3 years ago by friendica
Friendica team is proud to present Friendica 3.2, the new version of our Personal Federated Communication Server.What's new:    Friendica now is licensed under the terms of AGPL Import/Export user account New and updated themes Better ... [More] handling of statusnet discussion threads Support Open Graph and Dublin Core when showing single items Updated communication with Diaspora Use APC if present Improved installation script Improved administration panels Improvements to SQL queries Improvements to search function Bug fixes:  #516, #517, #525, #476, #540, #546, #712, #728 More in changelist.txt ( https://github.com/friendica/friendica/blob/3.2/changelist.txt ) How to update:If you installed Friendica via git, simply pull from our repo ( https://github.com/friendica/friendica/ )If you installed Friendica uploading files via FTP, download last version ( https://github.com/friendica/friendica/archive/3.2.zip ) and upload it to your server, overwriting old files. [Less]
Posted almost 4 years ago by friendica
We're splitting off the Red Matrix website into its own space - as the project is maturing rapidly and Friendica is evolving on its own track now. You can follow the Red Matrix primarily through the github repository at ... [More] https://github.com/friendica/red with some documentation available at https://github.com/friendica/red/wiki and we have a new landing page describing the project in high level terms at http://getzot.com If you are looking for social networking and nothing more - Friendica is still your best choice; but it needs a few more competent developers to keep it viable as the social networking landscape continues to change around it.   If you'd like to help us with a much more ambitious project and with a much broader scope, you should have a look at the Red Matrix. [Less]
Posted almost 4 years ago by friendica
We're splitting off the Red Matrix website into its own space - as the project is maturing rapidly and Friendica is evolving on its own track now. You can follow the Red Matrix primarily through the github repository at ... [More] https://github.com/friendica/red with some documentation available at https://github.com/friendica/red/wiki and we have a new landing page describing the project in high level terms at http://getzot.com If you are looking for social networking and nothing more - Friendica is still your best choice; but it needs a few more competent developers to keep it viable as the social networking landscape continues to change around it.   If you'd like to help us with a much more ambitious project and with a much broader scope, you should have a look at the Red Matrix. [Less]
Posted over 4 years ago by friendica
  The Friendica project is pleased to announce the Developer Preview release of "red" -  a new concept in online communications. Because somebody has to stand up for the people of the internet... You may obtain a copy via git at ... [More] https://github.com/friendica/red The Developer Preview is intended for developers to have a look at the emerging project and possibly influence its direction. This is not intended as a preview to the general public. There are bugs. There are security and privacy issues. Things could crash spectacularly. If this doesn't sound like fun to you, please avoid this preview and wait for a public preview or release. Not all the described features are complete, but you might be surprised how much works today - for a pre-release project of this scope. Red is kind of like a decentralised social network (along the lines of  identi.ca, Friendica, and Diaspora) , but we've thrown away the rule book. Red has no concept of "people" or "friends" or "social". Red is a means of creating channels which can communicate with each other and to allow other channels permission to do things (or not). These channels can look like people and they can look like friends and they can be social. They can also look like a great many other things - forums, groups, clubs, online websites, photo archives and blogs, wikis, corporate and small business websites, etc. They are just channels - with permissions that extend far beyond a single website. You can make them into whatever you wish them to be. You can associate web resources and files to these channels or stick with basic communications. There are no inherent limits. There is no central authority telling you what you can and cannot do. Any filtering that happens is by your choice. Any setting of permissions is your choice and yours alone. You aren't tied to a single hub/website. If your own site gets shut down due to hardware or management issues or political pressure, the communication layer allows you to  pop up anywhere on the Internet and resume communicating with your friends, by inserting a thumb drive containing your vital identity details or importing your account from another server.  Your resources can be access controlled to allow or deny any person or group you wish - and these permissions work across the Red network no matter what provider hosts the actual content. Red "magic-auth" allows anybody from any Red site to be identified before allowing them to see your private photos, files, web-pages, profiles, conversations, whatever.  To do this, you only login once to your own home hub. Everything else is, well - magic. Red is free and open source and provided by volunteers who believe in freedom and despise corporations which think that privacy extortion is a business model. The name is derived from Spanish "la red" - e.g. "the network". Welcome to "the network". Welcome to the free web. Welcome to the grid. Red has arrived. [Less]
Posted over 4 years ago by friendica
  The Friendica project is pleased to announce the Developer Preview release of "red" -  a new concept in online communications. Because somebody has to stand up for the people of the internet... You may obtain a copy via git at ... [More] https://github.com/friendica/red The Developer Preview is intended for developers to have a look at the emerging project and possibly influence its direction. This is not intended as a preview to the general public. There are bugs. There are security and privacy issues. Things could crash spectacularly. If this doesn't sound like fun to you, please avoid this preview and wait for a public preview or release. Not all the described features are complete, but you might be surprised how much works today - for a pre-release project of this scope. Red is kind of like a decentralised social network (along the lines of  identi.ca, Friendica, and Diaspora) , but we've thrown away the rule book. Red has no concept of "people" or "friends" or "social". Red is a means of creating channels which can communicate with each other and to allow other channels permission to do things (or not). These channels can look like people and they can look like friends and they can be social. They can also look like a great many other things - forums, groups, clubs, online websites, photo archives and blogs, wikis, corporate and small business websites, etc. They are just channels - with permissions that extend far beyond a single website. You can make them into whatever you wish them to be. You can associate web resources and files to these channels or stick with basic communications. There are no inherent limits. There is no central authority telling you what you can and cannot do. Any filtering that happens is by your choice. Any setting of permissions is your choice and yours alone. You aren't tied to a single hub/website. If your own site gets shut down due to hardware or management issues or political pressure, the communication layer allows you to  pop up anywhere on the Internet and resume communicating with your friends, by inserting a thumb drive containing your vital identity details or importing your account from another server.  Your resources can be access controlled to allow or deny any person or group you wish - and these permissions work across the Red network no matter what provider hosts the actual content. Red "magic-auth" allows anybody from any Red site to be identified before allowing them to see your private photos, files, web-pages, profiles, conversations, whatever.  To do this, you only login once to your own home hub. Everything else is, well - magic. Red is free and open source and provided by volunteers who believe in freedom and despise corporations which think that privacy extortion is a business model. The name is derived from Spanish "la red" - e.g. "the network". Welcome to "the network". Welcome to the free web. Welcome to the grid. Red has arrived. [Less]
Posted over 4 years ago by friendica
We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of Friendica 3.1 Changes from ~friendica 3.01 to 3.1 ============================ Big ones -------- pokes threaded coversations you don't have to use a LAMP server, you can also use ... [More] Windows documentation improvements (and translation into DE) move accounts Hide many advanced features by default to simplify adoption, all can be enabled or turned on by those who require them   Small fixes ----------- notification issues with wall-to-wall messages wallmessages better language detection Diaspora - make likes and comments work image links does not support threaded comments :-/ they changed the public key format, so we need to fix profile updates (user avatar) SQL improvements (speed) API improvements - now returns Error 404 if function is not implemented mark items seen when seen via tha API CSRF hole in API photos - use gd as a backup for imagick image caching rotations better exif handling minification of JavaScript footprints in page loading bbcode (new elements: style, class, crypt) better oembedding from audio moods better handling of funny looking links (underscores etc) deletion of accounts hiding posts from archived contacts writeability for OStatus contacts tool po2php needed some love   Theme stuff ----------- dispy quattro frost frost-mobile fixes for mobile devices for all themes DarkZero / NS vier smoothy diabook   UI Improvements --------------- sparkle & shiny fixes fpr the editor admins & user can select mobile themes new user get a contact group "friends" and all new contacts can be placed into a default group, admins can make it the default that new users post to the friends group as default setting admins cant block or delete themselves anymore live updates handling of the homepage when a home.html exists   Languages --------- many updates for existing languages, CS, DE, FR, ES, IT most notable new languages from Transifex imported into git (after they passed the 50% mark) PL thanks to Adam Jurkiewicz IS thanks to axelt ZH-CN thanks to matthew_exon nb_NO thanks to Haakon Meland Eriksen   Addon stuff ----------- various fixes and improvements to   Calendar facebook connector facebook support officially stopped as they don't like having others making a better experience fbpost libravatar alternate pagination libertree privacy image cache OpenStreetMap remote permission page deprecated go with forumlist instead! forumlist forumdirectory from app jappix mini impressum piwik statusnet & twitter connectors fortunate   [Less]
Posted over 4 years ago by friendica
We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of Friendica 3.1 Changes from ~friendica 3.01 to 3.1 ============================ Big ones -------- pokes threaded coversations you don't have to use a LAMP server, you can also use ... [More] Windows documentation improvements (and translation into DE) move accounts Hide many advanced features by default to simplify adoption, all can be enabled or turned on by those who require them   Small fixes ----------- notification issues with wall-to-wall messages wallmessages better language detection Diaspora - make likes and comments work image links does not support threaded comments :-/ they changed the public key format, so we need to fix profile updates (user avatar) SQL improvements (speed) API improvements - now returns Error 404 if function is not implemented mark items seen when seen via tha API CSRF hole in API photos - use gd as a backup for imagick image caching rotations better exif handling minification of JavaScript footprints in page loading bbcode (new elements: style, class, crypt) better oembedding from audio moods better handling of funny looking links (underscores etc) deletion of accounts hiding posts from archived contacts writeability for OStatus contacts tool po2php needed some love   Theme stuff ----------- dispy quattro frost frost-mobile fixes for mobile devices for all themes DarkZero / NS vier smoothy diabook   UI Improvements --------------- sparkle & shiny fixes fpr the editor admins & user can select mobile themes new user get a contact group "friends" and all new contacts can be placed into a default group, admins can make it the default that new users post to the friends group as default setting admins cant block or delete themselves anymore live updates handling of the homepage when a home.html exists   Languages --------- many updates for existing languages, CS, DE, FR, ES, IT most notable new languages from Transifex imported into git (after they passed the 50% mark) PL thanks to Adam Jurkiewicz IS thanks to axelt ZH-CN thanks to matthew_exon nb_NO thanks to Haakon Meland Eriksen   Addon stuff ----------- various fixes and improvements to   Calendar facebook connector facebook support officially stopped as they don't like having others making a better experience fbpost libravatar alternate pagination libertree privacy image cache OpenStreetMap remote permission page deprecated go with forumlist instead! forumlist forumdirectory from app jappix mini impressum piwik statusnet & twitter connectors fortunate   [Less]