Friendica 3.2 Release

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 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 ( )

How to update:
If you installed Friendica via git, simply pull from our repo ( )
If you installed Friendica uploading files via FTP, download last version ( ) and upload it to your server, overwriting old files.

skype webaccess

You can have a webaccess with skype at


Actually Plus IM is more a mobile application like ebbudy.

Chat within MSN, Facebook, Skype, Yahoo, Google Talk, AIM, Jabber, ICQ, VKontakte, Yandex Chat, Agent, RenRen, Mamba.Ru, Mig33, SINA Weibo, Odnoklassniki.Ru, Gadu-Gadu and use Twitter in one application! View friends timeline, favorites, direct messages, and replies in Twitter.
Post pictures and voice messages to yourFacebook timeline. Send photos, videos, voice messages and IM for free. In IM Push mode you remain online in all IM services, and continue receiving IMs as e-mails pushed to your BlackBerry mailbox. Your replies will be converted to instant messages and will be delivered back to your contact.
Message History: Earlier conversations may be stored and accessed later in IM+ Web Messenger. Enjoy the social service Neighbors: find new friends nearby. Neighbors offers a new dimension of communication in IM+ by providing users the opportunity to find new real life connections and friends with common interests.

What’s new in this version: Version 10.5.2 is featured with:

  • Automatic connection to known WiFi networks (optional)
  • BlackBerry OS 5.0 Google Talk authentication issue fix



How to enable multisite and create a network with wordpress

Step 0: Before You Begin


Compared to normal, single installs of WordPress, there are more considerations to take when creating a network. You must decide if you want to use subdomains or subfolders for your install, and also how you want to manage those. Running a network also has different nuances for installing themes and plugins (each individual site can activate both, but install neither).

This guide describes how to install manually WordPress Multisite in your current WordPress installation. There are also available ready-to-run packages from BitNami.

Please read Before You Create A Network in full before continuing.

Step 1: Prepare Your WordPress

Your existing WordPress site will be updated when creating a network. Unless this is a fresh install and you have nothing to lose, please backup your database and files.

Also deactivate all active plugins. You can reactivate them again after the network is created.

Step 2: Allow Multisite

To enable the Network Setup menu item, you must first define multisite in the wp-config.php file.

Open up wp-config.php and add this line above where it says /* That's all, stop editing! Happy blogging. */. If it doesn’t say that anywhere, then add the line somewhere above the first line that begins with require or include:

define('WP_ALLOW_MULTISITE', true);

You will need to refresh your browser to continue.

Step 3: Installing a Network

The previous step enables the Network Setup item in your Tools menu. Use that menu item to go to the Create a Network of WordPress Sites screen.

Tools Network Screen

To see an example of the Create a Network of WordPress Sites screen, look at Administration > Tools > Network Setup. The screen does not look exactly the same in all circumstances. The example shown is for an installation on localhost, which restricts the options available.

Addresses of Sites in your Network

You are given the choice between sub-domains and sub-directories, except when existing settings restrict your choice.

You must choose one or the other. You can reconfigure your network to use the other choice after installation, despite the advice on the screen, but reconfiguring it might not be easy.

You only need wildcard DNS for on-demand domain-based sites, despite the advice that may be on the screen.

Once more: See Before You Create A Network.

  • Sub-domains — a domain-based network in which on-demand sites use subdomains
  • Sub-directories — a path-based network in which on-demand sites use paths

Network Details

There are filled in automatically, but you can make changes.

Server Address
The domain of the URL you are using to access your WordPress installation.
Network Title
The title of your network as a whole.
Admin E-mail Address
Your email address as super admin of the network as a whole.

Double-check the details and press the Install button.

Note: The installer may perform a check for wildcard subdomains when you have not configured them yet, or when you do not need them at all. Ignore the warning if it does not apply to your network. See the Server Requirements section in Before You Create A Network for information about wildcard subdomains.

Step 4: Enabling the Network

Tools Network Created

To enable your network, follow the instructions on the Create a Network of WordPress Sites screen. The instructions that you see are customized for your installation. They might not be the same as the examples you see here.

Back up your existing wp-config.php and .htaccess files, unless this is a fresh install and you have nothing to lose.

There are three steps:

1. Create a directory for media file uploads
This directory must be writable by the web server, the same as your wp-content directory.
2. Add the specified lines to your wp-config.php file
The extra lines go just after where you added the line in Step 1: Prepare Your WordPress.
3. Add the specified lines to your .htaccess file
If you do not have a .htaccess file, then create it in the same directory as your wp-config.php file.
In some cases you might also have to add Options FollowSymlinks at the start of the file.

After completing these steps, log in again using the link provided. You might have to clear your browser’s cache and cookies in order to log in.

Step 5: Network Admin Settings

Network Admin

At the left of your WordPress toolbar, My Sites is now the second item. There, all your sites are listed, with handy fly-out menus, as well as a Network Admin menu item. Under Network Admin you can use the Dashboard item to go to the Network Dashboard screen.

Go to the Settings Screen to configure network options, and the Sites Screen to manage your sites.

For more information, see: Network Admin

? Upgraded and can’t find the Network Admin menu?

Step 6: Administration

There are some additional things you might need to know about advanced administration of the network, due to the additional complexity of a Multisite. Even if you’re familiar with WordPress, the location and behavior of Multisite Network Administration can be confusing.

Read Multisite Network Administration for more information.

For help troubleshooting:

Sortie de friendica 3.2

L’équipe Friendica est fier de vous présenter Friendica 3.2, la nouvelle version de votre serveur de communication fédéré personnel.

Voici les nouveautés :

– Friendica est maintenant sous license AGPL

– Import / export de compte utilisateur

– Amélioration des thèmes

– Meilleure gestion des fils de discussion StatusNet

– Support de Open Graph et Dublin Core

– Mise à jour des communication avec Diaspora

– Utilisation de APC si il est présent

– Amélioration de l’installateur

– Amélioration de l’administration- Amélioration de la performance en optimisant des requètes

– Amélioration de la recherche

Correction des bugd

Plus de détails sur

Comment mettre à jour :

Simplement copier par FTP les sources en écrasant les anciens.
Télécharger la version friendica 3.2

Le réseau social du top chrétien est mort

Quelques réflexions sur le réseau du top chrétien.

  • Les groupes disparaîtront dès le 30 septembre 2013.
  • Les murs de nouvelles et de messages disparaîtront dès le 14 octobre 2013.
  • La messagerie interne disparaîtra dès le 30 octobre 2013.

Voici comment le Top Chrétien communique

Nous avons été sensibles aux sentiments et pensées que vous avez partagés suite au précédent blog que nous avons fait paraître sous le titre “Bonne nouvelle : la communauté du Top évolue !“.

Nous avons essayé de comprendre le message sous-jacent à de nombreux commentaires, parfois virulents, et ce que nous avons compris, c’est le désir d’une majorité de maintenir la communauté du Top Chrétien. Nous avons aussi compris que beaucoup ne se sentaient pas à l’aise avec les réseaux sociaux, que nous avons mis en avant. Nous aurions dû mieux estimer le nombre important de personnes concernées, bénies par la communauté du TopChrétien. Nous vous prions de nous excuser si vous avez été choqués par cela.


En clair, voici ce que j’ai compris. Le Top Chrétien ne veut plus continuer à maintenir un réseau indépendant. Je pense qu’il a de bonnes raisons. La chose qu’ils nous propose c’est d’utiliser les grands réseaux sociaux monopolistiques :

Inscrivez- vous sur le réseau social de votre choix (Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Cross.TV, Youtube, LinkedIn,, Pinterest, Instagram, etc.) et d’y inviter nos amis du top.

Nous savons tous que ces grands réseaux collaborent avec les autorités d’espionages des gouvernements. Ce que nous donnons comme informations sur ces réseaux ne sont pas confidentiels, nous sommes fichés. Non seulement nous recevons de la publicité ciblée, mais il n’y a pas beaucoup de place à la confidentialité. Ce genre de réseau est très bon pour faire du marketing ou de l’évangélisation mais qu’en est il pour des échanges entre chrétiens? : Language exchange chat with native speakers is Place for those who want to learn languages with native speakers, improve their language skills, make friends from all over the world and just have fun. Language exchange chat with native speakers

It is like Sharetalk that has stopt. But there is no filter and the interface is really simple.

Hubzilla has now a home. This is

Hubzilla is a powerful platform for creating interconnected websites featuring a decentralized identity, communications, and permissions framework built using common webserver technology.



Access control across the web

Typical websites are isolated and have no idea who is accessing their content, and controlled access to data is limited to permissions settings between individual accounts on a site. If you want to share information in a controlled way off-site, you’re out of luck. Hubzilla enforces fine-grained permissions for information shared across the grid, and websites on hubs are identity-aware. Single sign-on allows seamless authentication across independent websites in a way never before possible.


Hubzilla is still in active developpment. The first version is plan for Christmas 2015. But you can try the present version that is usable. Communication with Diaspora network is integrated. You can use it as a blob, a microblog, rss agregator, a cloud storage or a social network. In addition you can select the level of privacy you want.You control your web identity. And the best of hubzilla is the nomadic identity.

How to create a community with Hubzilla?


Your home based on the free network

Sometimes we start a post with How, we have the answer and sometimes when it is a real question. That has been always a dilem. When you are looking for information you can ask your search engine a question and you expect finding an answer but sometime you find a question.

As I read the vision of Mike the creator of Hubzilla, I understand that he want to propose a tool that helps us to create community. That goad is excellent and I agree. If community is able to communicate together that is a plus. But now let’s concentrate on community.

Community is a niche market, you don’t target all people but only specific motivated people. I am just asking myself and hubzilla creators and developpers how to do that.For exemple you can create a community arount football, ecology, politics, religion or a hobby.

  • First you need to informe that this community exists.

That communication is public. You need to tell the world that every body whith specific interest is welcome in this community. How are you going to make it. You need to create a nice attractive webpage that explain the rules and the benefit of this community. That could be done quite easily but I am not sure how with hubzilla.

  • Second you need to select members.

That point is my problem if I refer to redmatrix. Redmatrix had only public community or private one. Both kind of community has it’s problem. Public community could be flooded with spammers and the moderator would have lot of problems deleting mass creation accounts. Even real account created by human been manualy should be in the specific interest. At the opposite if you close registration how would you send invitation ? You must know people first, then send invitation then how invitation creation works ? That part should be polished and easy. You don’t need to be a geek to understand how things works. That should be obvious.

My idea. I remember long ago was ning. I remember how easy it was to create a community and how easy it was to select members with a precreation questionnaire form. Or many Mike has an other idea. I would like to know how. I am just wondering how hubzilla will face that aspect of the fantastic tool.



Difference between Diaspora and Hubzilla

Original post

Diaspora has one goal → Diaspora. Everybody within Diaspora is keenly aware that they are a part of Diaspora. The goal is to be a part of Diaspora and aligned with whatever the Diaspora community is aligned with. There are other interests represented in Diaspora, but they (#hashtags) only exist to filter content. There are no smaller “communities” per se. It is designed as a large melting pot. Communities are expected to find themselves within the large melting pot and organise themselves. But there are no community tools – like forums, events, file repositories, that kind of thing. So communities can’t organise if they wanted to. All they have is hashtags.

Hubzilla has one goal → to connect communities. These could be dating communities or shopping communities or social network communities or small business websites used by small businesses. In these cases people will be a part of whatever community they are already a part of, but at the same time they will become members of a larger community. As you know, some of these people are Diaspora members and aren’t even aware that they are part of a community that is larger than Diaspora (“the federation”). In their mind – they just think they are part of Diaspora, or part of a dating website or shopping forum. But they can communicate (socially) with people from other communities. The purpose of hubzilla is to connect communities and their resources and assets together both socially and most important – with privacy. So sure, some people will use it as a large social network just like Diaspora. But growth and stability doesn’t come from building a giant social network – it comes from building on existing communities and linking them together.

There are hundreds of thousands of special interest websites and forums on the web where people discuss things and have already built communities. Drupal, phpforum, wordpress, all bring people together into communities. But what these other software packages don’t do is connect the communities. This is where the next web explosion will come from. Currently if you want to connect communities, you need to do it through facebook or twitter. Hubzilla allows you to connect communities on your own privacy terms. We let you adapt the software to the way your community works instead of doing like Diaspora does and mold everybody into a single interface which only sends posts back and forth and chooses who to share with. That’s really all it does. Most existing web communities have rich forums, file repositories, photo albums, calendaring, web pages and libraries, chat rooms – all kinds of community resources and they adapt different software to provide these. Many have different rules and policies and it can be tricky to connect communities with different rules. You need flexible permissions. We have that. The permissions work no matter where you are and what community you’re in and what website you’re using.

So yes, hubzilla could turn into a large “social network”, but it is one that is build from the bottom up rather than from the top down. By developing from the bottom up, we ensure that both the individual and the community have control as it grows. When you build from the top down, it forces people into a rigid and limited world view that is decided by the project leaders and leads to a homogeneous community. This is how we differ from the hordes of projects trying to be a “social network” and take on Facebook. Our project respects diverse communities and gives them the tools to maintain their identity and privacy when and as they connect to the larger network and link to other communities and people.

Do you have facebook ?

Supid question maybe. All should have a facebook account. When you want to talk with someone you should have a facebook account. Personaly, I have one but I rarely use it. Does that count ? I prefere google. You can chat with text or even with voice and video. You have a very good photo management and google + as streamactivity.

But I prefer also federated network like diaspora or friendica. It is kind of facebook but you can install you own server and each serve can talk to each other. Like your mail can talk to every body, your Diaspora account can be connected to all people. You have an account like user@server and the placewhere you have your account is not imporant.


Comment ajouter un contact diaspora sur friendica

Tout d’abord, il faut que le serveur friendica puisse communiquer avec diaspora. Si vous êtes administrateur, vous devez aller dans l’administration de votre site puis cliquer sur site et chercher le paramétre “Activer le support de Diaspora”. Il doit être activé.



Une fois ceci activé ou contrôlé, nous allons ajouter un contact diaspora. Diaspora a eu la bonne idée d’afficher sur le profile l’identifiant. Il ressemble à un email. utilisateur@pod. Vous copier donc cet identifiant et vous le collez dans friendica. Pour cela allez dans vos contacts. Et dans la champ “Ajouter un nouveau contact” collez l’identifiant diaspora.



Voila vous allez pouvoir suivre les contacts diaspora depuis friendica.

Création d’un compte totalement ou partiellement caché

Si vous avez un compte friendica, peut être voulez vous rendre publique certaines notices et pas d’autres. Vous pourriez par exemple écrire des notices publiques comme si vous écriviez sur votre blog (Friendica sera alors votre blog) mais, vous pourriez en plus écrire des notices privés visible seulement à un groupe (votre famille, vos amis proches etc…) ou seulement à une seule personne.

Voici la marche à suivre pour que tout ceci fonctionne bien:
Allez dans réglages (la petite roue) > Réglages > Compte

Vous arrivez par défaut de toute façon sur cette page.

La première partie Compte ne concerne qu’un changement de mot de passe, vous avez ensuite Réglages basiques puis Réglages de sécurités et vie privée. c’est cette partie qui va nous intéressé.

Cacher les détails du profil aux visiteurs inconnus? : Il faut répondre NON

La compréhension de cette traduction n’est pas facile à comprendre. Si vous répondez OUI, votre profile sera visible uniquement aux personnes connectés. Il faudra donc répondre NON pour que ce que vous voulez publier publiquement soit visible à tous les visiteurs.

Friendica 3.3 Ginger est sorti

Cette nouvelle version nous montre que le projet Friendica n’est pas mort. Ce projet est tout simplement mûre et continue d’être améliorer avec un rythme moins rapide.

Voici les amélioration de cette version


  • Arrêt du support des thèmes non maintenus. On va pouvoir continuer à les utiliser mais ne seront plus dans la liste des thèmes
  • Fusion des thèmes “zéro” en un thème avec variantes.
  • Nouveau avatar par défaut par Andi Stadler


  • La page réseau est maintenant la page par défaut après une connexion
  • Les sections sur la page de paramètres utilisateurs sont maintenant rétractables
  • Mise à jour automatique du flux de réseau a été amélion


  • Après un l’ajout d’nouveau contact, l’utilisateur est dirigé vers la page du nouveau contact (Au lieu de la page distante)
  • De nombreuses améliorations sur tous les connecteurs.
  • Nouveau connecteur
  • L’algorithme pour raccourcir messages lors de la publication de plates-formes limitées a été amélioré.
  • Améliorations pour les fonctionnalités de flux RSS / Atom

Coeur du système

  • Plus de soutien apc en raison des problèmes avec PHP 5.5
  • Mise à jour des bibliothèques suivantes: Smarty 3.1.19, 1.6.4 fullcalendar, jquery 1.11, jgrowl 1.3.0
  • Modernisateur ajouté 2.8.3, un meilleur support du navigateur
  • Mises à jour de la structure DB pour de meilleures performances
  • préparations à l’implémentation de PDO dans une version future
  • Nouveau système de notification
  • Traductions de l’interface web mise à jour, les traductions maintenant également possibles séparément de l’interface utilisateur principale et fait pour CS, IT, RO, DE addon
  • Quelques bugs ont été corrigés pour l’importation de profil
  • Manipulation de BBCode et le reformatage par exemple Markdown a été améliorée
  • Pour la communication avec les contacts OStatus (StatusNet / GNU sociale / de rstatus) un serveur Push interne a été ajouté et sera utilisé par défaut par les nouvelles installations


  • Traduction fait maintenant à transifex ainsi
  • Statistiques addon de participer à l’enquête Diaspora *
  • Nouveau connecteur bidirectionnel pour
  • Nouveau connecteur de relais pour la Diaspora *
  • Nouveau connecteur pour le service de tampon
  • Améliorations pour les connecteurs avec Twitter, StatusNet / GNU social,, google + et facebook
  • Améliorations d’intégration de min-Jappix-
  • Changement dans la structure de la git:

Lire l’article officiel en anglais

gnusocial : starting

Once you have installed your gnusocial, you can run
I recommand to make it by cron every day for example .
At 6:00 run sh /…/…/scripts/
and at 6:05 sh /…/…/scripts/

Installing your own gnusocial

How to connect your GnuSocial with Twitter

If you have your own GnuSocial, you can configure the TwitterBridge. This Twitter “bridge” plugin allows you to integrate your GnuSocial instance with Twitter. Installing it will allow your users to:

– automatically post notices to their Twitter accounts

– automatically subscribe to other Twitter users who are also using

– your StatusNet install, if possible (requires running a daemon)

– import their Twitter friends’ tweets (requires running a daemon)

– allow users to authenticate using Twitter (‘Sign in with Twitter’).


Here is a How to step by step for connecting your GnuSocial account with your twitter. Step 1 to 5 is administration configuration.

1. Configuration in GnuSocial

Edit you config.php file (should be on your root directory of GnuSocial) and just add the following line


Once it is done, upload it.

2. Creation of your Twitter app

Second step, you should create a twitter application. Go to If you are not connected to Twitter, sign in with your twitter account. Then clic Create New App

how to connect your GnuSocial with Twitter step 2

how to connect your GnuSocial with Twitter step 2

– Name : Your should invent a name for your application. Should be unique so, try to invent a unique name.

– Description : Write something to help you in case you have many applications

– Website : Type here the URL of your GnuSocial website.

– Don’t forget to read and valide the Developer Rules of the Road at the end of this form

– Clic on Create your Twitter application


3 Change the permission

Clic on API Key, then Mofify app permision to read an write.
Clic ont the Tab Permission and change permission to read and write

4 Create your access token

Clic API Key, and at the bottom of the page, Create my access token. Check that this token have read and write permission (waite a little and refrench the page)

5 Twitter bridge settings

Go to the admin panel of your GnuSocial. You should have Twitter option. Then enter :
– Consumer Key : put the API Key
– Consumer Secret put the API secret
– Application name

Now your users should connect with twitter.

6. Connect your account with Twitter

Now the most important step is not done. This is the easiest (if all previous steps was done correctly).
In your GnuSocial go to Setting > Twitter > Connect my Twitter account > Validate
It’s done.



I recommand to just leave the first option “send my notices to Twitter” on. That means that when you are going to write something public on your GnuSocial, that will post to your twitter account as well.

I don’t recommand to select “Subscribe to my Twitter friends here”. Except if you have a strong server.


Installing your own gnusocial

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