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Commit ab3c5d6f authored by Zach Copley's avatar Zach Copley

Updated README with section about installing the Facebook app, and added info...

Updated README with section about installing the Facebook app, and added info about twitterqueuehandler.php and facebookqueuehandler.php.
parent 419960fd
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needs as a parameter the install path; if you run it from the
Laconica dir, "." should suffice.
This will run six (for now) queue handlers:
This will run eight (for now) queue handlers:
* xmppdaemon.php - listens for new XMPP messages from users and stores
them as notices in the database.
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of registered users.
* xmppconfirmhandler.php - sends confirmation messages to registered
users.
* twitterqueuehandler.php - sends queued notices to Twitter for user
who have opted to set up Twitter bridging.
* facebookqueuehandler.php - sends queued notices to Facebook for users
of the built-in Facebook application.
Note that these queue daemons are pretty raw, and need your care. In
particular, they leak memory, and you may want to restart them on a
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# Update Twitter friends subscriptions every half hour
0,30 * * * * /path/to/php /path/to/laconica/scripts/synctwitterfriends.php>&/dev/null
Built-in Facebook Application
-----------------------------
Laconica's Facebook application allows your users to automatically
update their Facebook statuses with their latest notices, invite
their friends to use the app (and thus your site), view their notice
timelines, and post notices -- all from within Facebook. The application
is built into Laconica and runs on your host. For automatic Facebook
status updating to work you will need to enable queuing and run the
facebookqueuehandler.php daemon (see the "Queues and daemons" section
above).
Quick setup instructions*:
Install the Facebook Developer application on Facebook:
http://www.facebook.com/developers/
Use it to create a new application and generate an API key and secret.
Uncomment the Facebook app section of your config.php and copy in the
key and secret, e.g.:
# Config section for the built-in Facebook application
$config['facebook']['apikey'] = 'APIKEY';
$config['facebook']['secret'] = 'SECRET';
In Facebook's application editor, specify the following URLs for your app:
- Callback URL: http://example.net/mublog/facebook/
- Post-Remove URL: http://example.net/mublog/facebook/remove
- Post-Add Redirect URL: http://apps.facebook.com/yourapp/
- Canvas URL: http://apps.facebook.com/yourapp/
(Replace 'example.net' with your host's URL, 'mublog' with the path
to your Laconica installation, and 'yourapp' with the name of the
Facebook application you created.)
Additionally, Choose "Web" for Application type in the Advanced tab.
In the "Canvas setting" section, choose the "FBML" for Render Method,
"Smart Size" for IFrame size, and "Full width (760px)" for Canvas Width.
Everything else can be left with default values.
*For more detailed instructions please see the installation guide on the
Laconica wiki:
http://laconi.ca/trac/wiki/FacebookApplication
Sitemaps
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#$config['profile']['banned'][] = 'hacker';
#$config['profile']['banned'][] = 12345;
# config section for the built-in Facebook application
# Config section for the built-in Facebook application
#$config['facebook']['apikey'] = 'APIKEY';
#$config['facebook']['secret'] = 'SECRET';
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