Commit 4bf26eff authored by mmn's avatar mmn

socialfy-your-domain updated for webfinger (not tested)

parent be14e15d
......@@ -4,65 +4,46 @@ Initial simple way to Webfinger enable your domain -- needs PHP.
Step 1
======
First, put the folders 'xrd' and 'dot-well-known' on your website, so
they load at:
Put the 'dot-well-known' on your website, so it loads at:
http://yourname.com/xrd/
https://example.com/.well-known/
and
http://yourname.com/.well-known/
(Remember the . at the beginning of this one)
NOTE: If you're using https, make sure each instance of http:// for
your own domain ("example.com") is replaced with https://
(Remember the . at the beginning of this one, which is common practice
for "hidden" files and why we have renamed it "dot-")
Step 2
======
Next, edit xrd/index.php and enter a secret in this line:
$s = "";
This can be anything you like...
$s = "johnny5";
or
$s = "12345";
It really doesn't matter too much.
Edit the .well-known/host-meta file and replace "example.com" with the
domain name you're hosting the .well-known directory on.
Using vim you can do this as a quick method:
$ vim .well-known/host-meta [ENTER]
:%s/example.com/domain.com/ [ENTER]
:wq [ENTER]
Step 3
======
Edit the .well-known/host-meta file and replace all occurrences of
"example.com" with your domain name.
Step 4
======
For each user on your site, and this might only be you...
In the xrd directory, make a copy of the example@example.com.xml file
so that it's called...
yoursecretusername@domain.com.xml
In the webfinger directory, make a copy of the example@example.com.xml file
so that it's called (replace username and example.com with appropriate
values, the domain name should be the same as you're "socialifying"):
So, if your secret from step 2 is 'johnny5' and your name is 'ben' and
your domain is 'titanictoycorp.biz', your file should be called
johnny5ben@titanictoycorp.biz.xml
username@example.com.xml
Then edit the file, replacing "social.example.com" with your GNU
social instance's base path, and change the user ID number (and
Then edit the file contents, replacing "social.example.com" with your
GNU social instance's base path, and change the user ID number (and
nickname for the FOAF link) to that of your account on your social
site. If you don't know your user ID number, you can see this on your
GNU social profile page by looking at the destination URLs in the
Feeds links.
PROTIP: You can get the bulk of the contents (note the <Subject> element though)
from curling down your real webfinger data:
$ curl https://social.example.com/.well-known/webfinger?resource=acct:username@social.example.com
Finally
=======
......
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<XRD xmlns="http://docs.oasis-open.org/ns/xri/xrd-1.0"
xmlns:hm="http://host-meta.net/xrd/1.0">
<hm:Host>example.com</hm:Host>
<Link rel="lrdd" template="http://example.com/.well-known/xrd?uri={uri}">
<Title>WebFinger resource descriptor</Title>
</Link>
<XRD xmlns="http://docs.oasis-open.org/ns/xri/xrd-1.0" xmlns:hm="http://host-meta.net/xrd/1.0">
<Link rel="lrdd" type="application/xrd+xml"
template="https://example.com/.well-known/webfinger?resource={uri}"/>
</XRD>
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<XRD xmlns="http://docs.oasis-open.org/ns/xri/xrd-1.0">
<Subject>acct:example@example.com</Subject>
<Alias>acct:example@social.example.com</Alias>
<Alias>http://social.example.com/user/1</Alias>
<Subject>acct:username@example.com</Subject>
<Alias>acct:username@social.example.com</Alias>
<Alias>https://social.example.com/user/1</Alias>
<Link rel="http://webfinger.net/rel/profile-page"
type="text/html"
href="http://social.example.com/user/1"/>
href="https://social.example.com/user/1"/>
<Link rel="http://schemas.google.com/g/2010#updates-from"
type="application/atom+xml"
href="http://social.example.com/api/statuses/user_timeline/1.atom"/>
href="https://social.example.com/api/statuses/user_timeline/1.atom"/>
<!-- Is this/was this ever supported?
<Link rel="http://microformats.org/profile/hcard"
type="text/html"
href="http://social.example.com/hcard"/> -->
href="https://social.example.com/hcard"/> -->
<Link rel="http://gmpg.org/xfn/11"
type="text/html"
href="http://social.example.com/user/1"/>
href="https://social.example.com/user/1"/>
<Link rel="describedby"
type="application/rdf+xml"
href="http://social.example.com/username/foaf"/>
href="https://social.example.com/username/foaf"/>
<Link rel="http://salmon-protocol.org/ns/salmon-replies"
href="http://social.example.com/main/salmon/user/1"/>
href="https://social.example.com/main/salmon/user/1"/>
<Link rel="http://salmon-protocol.org/ns/salmon-mention"
href="http://social.example.com/main/salmon/user/1"/>
href="https://social.example.com/main/salmon/user/1"/>
<Link rel="http://ostatus.org/schema/1.0/subscribe"
template="http://social.example.com/main/ostatussub?profile={uri}"/>
template="https://social.example.com/main/ostatussub?profile={uri}"/>
</XRD>
......@@ -19,23 +19,22 @@
*/
$s = "";
// basename should make sure we can't escape this directory
$u = basename($_GET['resource']);
/* this should be a secret */
$u = $_GET['uri'];
if (!strpos($u, '@')) {
throw new Exception('Bad resource');
exit(1);
}
$u = substr($u, 5);
if (mb_strpos($u, 'acct:')===0) {
$u = substr($u, 5);
}
$f = $s . $u . ".xml";
$f = $u . ".xml";
if (file_exists($f)) {
$fh = fopen($f, 'r');
$c = fread($fh, filesize($f));
fclose($fh);
header('Content-type: text/xml');
echo $c;
header('Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="'.urlencode($f).'"');
header('Content-type: application/xrd+xml');
echo file_get_contents($f);
}
?>
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