New version of #Friendly, the ~friendica client for #SailfishOS , is coming.
With improved layouts (no more long text out of page boundaries!) and support for private messages, and release on OpenRepos!
Code here https://kirgroup.com/projects/fabrixxm/harbour-friendly/pms/
It's almost ready, needs some small fixes. It's a good time to submit translations
Ladies and gentlemen,
we are now in feature-freeze pre-release bug-squashing state, on the road to release Friendica 3.4.3
A branch for the Release Candidate has been opened:
Developers, please open your bug-related pull requests against that branch.
Users, please switch to that branch and test!
Translators, please... translate
Friendica stable 3.3 is tagged in repo.
An official announcement will be on friendica.com in short time ( ) with a full changelog and download links.
The 3.4 release is planned for 1st April 2015. Belive me.
A new branch "develop" has been created.
All new work will be done in this branch, while "master" will keep only stable and hot-fixs.
Read more about git flow.
Contributors should read the Code improvement recommendation
(this document will be added to main repo and/or wiki)
Piace a Davide De Prisco.
use your profile url as openid!
It use JanRain PHP openid libs, it's an adaption of example server.
It seems to work as basic openid server.
What don't works (yet):
- Login. You have to be already logged in Friendica when you try to login into some service with friendica profile url
- Extra data. The server will not send extra data (email, url,..) to clients. Needs an UI to select if send them or not (and which)..
- List of associates sites (and UI to delete association)
I’ve fooled with Friendica lately, which is a sort of open alternative to diaspora , which is in turn an open alternative to facebook and google plus (sort of). I originally tried playing with Diaspora, but I’ve never been a big user of Ruby or Ruby on rails which is what Diaspora is based upon. Anyway, getting friendica working on Openshift is...
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