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[V3] Big Crunch

And so, just as it begins, so too must it end
One should not dwell and stall, for more is to come
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# GNU social - Log of Changes

## 2.0.0 - THIS. IS. GNU SOCIAL!!! [WIP]

Release name chosen after 300 by Frank Miller where the main protagonist Leonidas, King of Sparta, declines peace with the
Persians, after being disrespected, by shouting at the Persian Messenger "This is Sparta!" and kicking him into a large well
proceeded by the killing of the other Persian messengers.

### Major changes from previous release:

Load and Storage:
- New media handling system
- GS is now structurely divided in includes and public
- OEmbed upgraded to Embed plugin (Now we provide Open Graph information too)
- Added Redis based caching and queues
- Improved memcached support

- Added ActivityPub support
- RemoteFollow: Remote follow ActivityPub and OStatus remote actors via the click of a button
- ActorLists: Allow to create collections of Actors and to interact with them - supports both OStatus and ActivityPub
- The Free Network: Automagically migrate internal remote profiles between Free Network protocols
- Enabled the search box to import remote notices and profiles
- Improvements on Nodeinfo (and new route)

- Composer was integrated

- Restored built-in plugins
- New modules system: core plugins and plugins physically separated
- Bug fixes of core modules logic
- Improved plugin management tool (now all available plugins are shown and third party can be uploaded and deleted)

## v1.20.9release - The Invicta Crusade

Dropped Support for PHP5.6.x. Minimum PHP version now is 7.0.0.

Release name chosen after Porto city. Porto is one of the oldest cities in Europe and thanks to its fierce resistance during
two battles and sieges in history, it has earned the epithet of ‘Cidade Invicta’ (Invincible City). The dev team behind this
release studies in Porto, Portugal.

Major changes from previous release:

- Various patches on PEAR related components
- Various database related improvements
- Improved XMPP support
- Added Nodeinfo support
- Various i18n and l10n bug fixes
- Improvements on Internal Session Handler
- Improvements on OpenID support
- Improved Media handling and safer upload
- Redirect to previous page after login
- Initial work on full conversion to PHP7
- Initial work on a better documentation
- Allow login with email
- Various bug fixes

## v1.2.0beta4 - The good reign of PHP5

Dropped support for PHP5.4.

New this version

This is the development branch for the 1.2.x version of GNU social. All daring 1.1.x admins should upgrade to this version.

So far it includes the following changes:

- Backing up a user's account is more and more complete.
- Emojis 😸 (utf8mb4 support)

The last release, 1.1.3, gave us these improvements:

- XSS security fix (thanks Simon Waters,
- Many improvements to ease adoption of the Qvitter front-end
- Protocol adaptions for improved performance and stability

Upgrades from StatusNet 1.1.1 will also experience these improvements:

- Fixes for SQL injection errors in profile lists.
- Improved ActivityStreams JSON representation of activities and objects.
- Upgrade to the Twitter 1.1 API.
- More robust handling of errors in distribution.
- Fix error in OStatus subscription for remote groups.
- Fix error in XMPP distribution.
- Tracking of conversation URI metadata (more coherent convos)

## v1.1.3release - The Spanish Invasion

New this version

This is a security fix and bug fix release since 1.1.3-beta2. All 1.1.x sites should upgrade to this version.

So far it includes the following changes:

- XSS security fix (thanks Simon Waters,
- Many improvements to ease adoption of the Qvitter front-end
- Protocol adaptions for improved performance and stability
- Backing up a user's account now appears to work as it should

Upgrades from StatusNet 1.1.1 will also experience these improvements:

- Fixes for SQL injection errors in profile lists.
- Improved ActivityStreams JSON representation of activities and objects.
- Upgrade to the Twitter 1.1 API.
- More robust handling of errors in distribution.
- Fix error in OStatus subscription for remote groups.
- Fix error in XMPP distribution.
- Tracking of conversation URI metadata (more coherent convos)

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## Code of Conduct

### Our Pledge

In the interest of fostering an open and welcoming environment, we as
contributors and maintainers pledge to making participation in our project and
our community a harassment-free experience for everyone, regardless of age, body
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### Our Standards

Examples of behavior that contributes to creating a positive environment

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Examples of unacceptable behavior by participants include:

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### Our Responsibilities

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### Enforcement

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Further details of specific enforcement policies may be posted separately.

Project maintainers who do not follow or enforce the Code of Conduct in good
faith may face temporary or permanent repercussions as determined by other
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### Attribution

This Code of Conduct is adapted from the [Contributor Covenant][homepage], version 1.4,
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## The Code of Conflict

GNU social has a high submission standard and we want to keep quality code in the
codebase and bad code out of it. As such your code will be closely scrutinized,
and you might take this criticism personally. Please understand that this is
meant to keep the standards of the codebase up, and isn't meant personally. All
the same, this isn't an excuse for poor behaviour, and a reviewer shouldn't be
misbehaving towards submitters.

If however, anyone feels personally abused, threatened, or otherwise
uncomfortable due to this process, that is not acceptable. If so, please
contact the project team at, and they will work to resolve the issue
to the best of their ability.

As a reviewer of code, please strive to keep things civil and focused on the
technical issues involved. We are all humans, and frustrations can be high on
both sides of the process. Try to keep in mind the immortal words of Bill and
Ted, "Be excellent to each other."

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// This file is part of GNU social -
// GNU social is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
// it under the terms of the GNU Affero General Public License as published by
// the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
// (at your option) any later version.
// GNU social is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
// but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
// GNU Affero General Public License for more details.
// You should have received a copy of the GNU Affero General Public License
// along with GNU social. If not, see <>.

* Description of this file.
* @package samples
* @author Diogo Cordeiro <>
* @copyright 2019 Free Software Foundation, Inc
* @license GNU AGPL v3 or later

namespace samples;

defined('GNUSOCIAL') || die();

require_once __DIR__ . DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR . 'SampleHandler.php';

* Description of this class.
* @copyright 2019 Free Software Foundation, Inc
* @license GNU AGPL v3 or later
class MySampleClass
* Constructor for the sample class.
* @param string $dummy_word just because.
* @param int $result another just because.
public function __construct(string $dummy_word = '', ?int $result = null)
global $demo;

* How cool is this function.
* @return string
public function niceWorld(): string
return 'hello, world.';

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GNU social Coding Style

Please comply with [PSR-12]( and the following standard when working on GNU social
if you want your patches accepted and modules included in supported releases.

If you see code which doesn't comply with the below, please fix it :)

Use `'` instead of `"` for strings, where substitutions aren't required.
This is a performance issue, and prevents a lot of inconsistent coding styles.
When using substitutions, use curly braces around your variables - like so:

$var = "my_var: {$my_var}";

Comments and Documentation
Comments go on the line ABOVE the code, NOT to the right of the code, unless it is very short.
All functions and methods are to be documented using PhpDocumentor -

File Headers
File headers follow a consistent format, as such:

// This file is part of GNU social -
// GNU social is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
// it under the terms of the GNU Affero General Public License as published by
// the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
// (at your option) any later version.
// GNU social is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
// but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
// GNU Affero General Public License for more details.
// You should have received a copy of the GNU Affero General Public License
// along with GNU social. If not, see <>.

* Description of this file.
* @package samples
* @author Diogo Cordeiro <>
* @copyright 2019 Free Software Foundation, Inc
* @license GNU AGPL v3 or later

Please use it.

A few notes:

* The description of the file doesn't have to be exhaustive. Rather it's
meant to be a short summary of what's in this file and what it does. Try
to keep it to 1-5 lines. You can get more in-depth when documenting
individual functions!

* You'll probably see files with multiple authors, this is by
design - many people contributed to GNU social or its forebears! If you
are modifying an existing file, APPEND your own author line, and update
the copyright year if needed. Do not replace existing ones.

You may find `boilerplate.php` useful when creating a new file from scratch.

Paragraph spacing
Where-ever possible, try to keep the lines to 80 characters. Don't
sacrifice readability for it though - if it makes more sense to have it in
one longer line, and it's more easily read that way, that's fine.

With assignments, avoid breaking them down into multiple lines unless
neccesary, except for enumerations and arrays.

'If' statements format
Use switch statements where many else if's are going to be used. Switch/case is faster

if ($var == 'example') {
echo 'This is only an example';
} else {
echo 'This is not a test. This is the real thing';

Do NOT make if statements like this:

if ($var == 'example'){ echo 'An example'; }

OR this

if($var = 'example')
echo "An {$var}";

Associative arrays
Always use `[]` instead of `array()`. Associative arrays must be written in the
following manner:

$array = [
'var' => 'value',
'var2' => 'value2'

Note that spaces are preferred around the '=>'.

A note about shorthands
Some short hands are evil:

- Use the long format for `<?php`. Do NOT use `<?`.
- Use the long format for `<?php` echo. Do NOT use `<?=`.

Naming conventions
Respect PSR-12 first.

- Classes use PascalCase (e.g. MyClass).
- Functions/Methods use camelCase (e.g. myFunction).
- Variables use snake_case (e.g. my_variable).

A note on variable names, etc. It must be possible to understand what is meant
without neccesarialy seeing it in context, because the code that calls something
might not always make it clear.

So if you have something like:


Well I can easily tell what you're doing there because the names are straight-
forward and clear.

Something like this:


Is much less clear.

Also, whereever possible, avoid ambiguous terms. For example, don't use text
as a term for a variable. Call back to "contents" above.

Even though PSR-12 doesn't specifically specify rules for array formatting, it
is in the spirit of it to have every array element on a new line like is done
for function and class method arguments and condition expressions, if there is
more than one element.
In this case, even the last element should end on a comma, to ease later
element addition.

$foo = ['first' => 'unu'];
$bar = [
'first' => 'once',
'second' => 'twice',
'third' => 'thrice',

Always use symbol based comparison operators (&&, ||) instead of text based
operators (and, or) in an "if" clause as they are evaluated in different order
and at different speeds.
This is will prevent any confusion or strange results.

Use English
All variables, classes, methods, functions and comments must be in English.
Bad english is easier to work with than having to babelfish code to work out
how it works.

Files should be in UTF-8 encoding with UNIX line endings.

No ending tag
Files should not end with an ending php tag "?>". Any whitespace after the
closing tag is sent to the browser and cause errors, so don't include them.

Nesting Functions
Avoid, if at all possible. When not possible, document the living daylights
out of why you're nesting it. It's not always avoidable, but PHP 5 has a lot
of obscure problems that come up with using nested functions.

If you must use a nested function, be sure to have robust error-handling.
This is a must and submissions including nested functions that do not have
robust error handling will be rejected and you'll be asked to add it.

Properly enforcing scope of functions is something many PHP programmers don't
do, but should.

In general:
* Variables unique to a class should be protected and use interfacing to
change them. This allows for input validation and making sure we don't have
injection, especially when something's exposed to the API, that any program
can use, and not all of them are going to be be safe and trusted.

* Variables not unique to a class should be validated prior to every call,
which is why it's generally not a good idea to re-use stuff across classes
unless there's significant performance gains to doing so.

* Classes should protect functions that they do not want overriden, but they
should avoid protecting the constructor and destructor and related helper
functions as this prevents proper inheritance.

PHP is a soft-typed language and it falls to us developers to make sure that
we are using the proper inputs. Where ever possible use explicit type casting.
Where it in't, you're going to have to make sure that you check all your
inputs before you pass them.

All outputs should be cast as an explicit PHP type.

Not properly typecasting is a shooting offence. Soft types let programmers
get away with a lot of lazy code, but lazy code is buggy code, and frankly, I
don't want it in GNU social if it's going to be buggy.

Consistent exception handling
Consistency is key to good code to begin with, but it is especially important
to be consistent with how we handle errors. GNU social has a variety of built-
in exception classes. Use them, wherever it's possible and appropriate, and
they will do the heavy lifting for you.

Additionally, ensure you clean up any and all records and variables that need
cleanup in a function using try { } finally { } even if you do not plan on
catching exceptions (why wouldn't you, though? That's silly.)

If you do not call an exception handler, you must, at a minimum, record errors
to the log using common_log(level, message)

Ensure all possible control flows of a function have exception handling and
cleanup, where appropriate. Don't leave endpoints with unhandled exceptions.
Try not to leave something in an error state if it's avoidable.

Return values
All functions must return a value. Every single one. This is not optional.

If you are simply making a procedure call, for example as part of a helper
function, then return boolean TRUE on success, and the exception on failure.

When returning the exception, return the whole nine yards, which is to say the
actual PHP exception object, not just an error message.

All return values not the above should be type cast, and you should sanitize
anything returned to ensure it fits into the cast. You might technically make
an integer a string, for instance, but you should be making sure that integer
SHOULD be a string, if you're returning it, and that it is a valid return

A vast majority of programming errors come down to not checking your inputs
and outputs properly, so please try to do so as best and thoroughly as you can.

Layout and Location of files
`/actions/` contains files that determine what happens when something "happens":
for instance, when someone favourites or repeats a notice. Code that is
related to a "happening" should go here.

`/classes/` contains abstract definitions of certain "things" in the codebase
such as a user or notice. If you're making a new "thing", it goes here.

`/lib/` is basically the back-end. Actions will call something in here to get
stuff done usually, which in turn will probably manipulate information stored
in one or more records represented by a class.

`/extlib/` is where external libraries are located. If you include a new
external library, it goes here.

`/plugins/` This is a great way to modularize your own new features. If you want
to create new core features for GNU social, it is probably best to create a
module unless you absolutely must override or modify the core behaviours.

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Submission Checklist
This document serves as a handy checklist for submitted merges and patches to
the GNU social project. Following it isn't a gaurantee a patch will be accepted,
but it will help you avoid common problems.

1. Ensure all code control paths in all functions return a value.

2. Ensure all exceptions are trapped in an exception class, or minimally,
written to the log with common_log

3. Ensure the coding format standards are adhered to (see

4. Ensure that any new class that deals in public data has a corresponding new
API endpoint.

5. Ensure that all new API endpoints sanitize inputs and outputs properly.

6. Ensure that your version of the code works with PHP 7 on a standard
LAMP and LEMP stack (Linux+Apache+MariaDB+PHP and Linux+nginx+MariaDB+PHP)

7. If implementing new database functions, ensure they work with MariaDB
and postgreSQL.

8. Ensure all data that federates does so properly and has mechanisms to
catch and accomodate for federation transmission failure.

9. Ensure that nothing is left in an error state when it is avoidable.

10. Ensure that all code submitted is properly documented.

11. Ensure that there are no PHP Strict Standards or Parse errors in the code.

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Plugin Development


Each plugin requires a main class to interact with the GNU social system.

The main class usually extends the Plugin class that comes with GNU social.

The class has standard-named methods that will be called when certain events
happen in the code base. These methods have names like 'onX' where X is an
event name (see EVENTS.txt for the list of available events). Event handlers
have pre-defined arguments, based on which event they're handling. A typical
event handler:

public function onSomeEvent($paramA, &$paramB): bool
if ($paramA == 'jed') {
throw new Exception(sprintf(_m("Invalid parameter %s"), $paramA));
$paramB = 'spock';
return true;

Event Handlers

Event handlers must return a Boolean value.

If they return false, all other event handlers for this event (in other plug-in)
will be skipped, and in some cases the default processing for that event would
be skipped. This is great for replacing the default action of an event.

If the handler returns true, processing of other event handlers and the default
processing will continue. This is great for extending existing functionality.

If the handler throws an exception, processing will stop, and the exception's
error will be shown to the user.


To enable a plugin (like the SamplePlugin), site admins add the following code to their
config.php file:


Third Party Plugins must be installed in `local/plugins/{$name}/{$pluginclass}.php`

Here, `{$name}` is the name of the plugin, like 'Sample', and `{$pluginclass}`
is the name of the main class, like 'SamplePlugin'. Plugins that are part of
the main GNU social distribution go in 'plugins' and third-party or local ones
go in 'local'.

Simple plugins can be implemented as a single plugin. Others are more complex
and require additional plugins; these should use their own directory, like
'local/plugins/{$name}/'. All files related to the plugin, including images,
JavaScript, CSS, external libraries or PHP plugins should go in the plugin

Plugin Configuration

Plugins are configured using public instance attributes. To set their values,
site administrators use this syntax:

addPlugin('Sample', ['attr1' => 'foo', 'attr2' => 'bar']);

The same plugin class can be initialized multiple times with different arguments:

addPlugin('EmailNotify', ['sendTo' => '']);
addPlugin('EmailNotify', ['sendTo' => '']);

class SamplePlugin extends Plugin
public $attr1 = null;
public $attr2 = null;


Plugins overload this method to do any initialization they need, like connecting
to remote servers or creating paths or so on. @return bool hook value; true
means continue processing, false means stop.

public function initialize(): bool
return true;

Clean Up

Plugins overload this method to do any cleanup they need, like disconnecting from
remote servers or deleting temp files or so on.

public function cleanup(): bool
return true;

Database schema setup

Plugins can add their own tables to the GNU social database. Plugins should use
GNU social's schema interface to add or delete tables. The ensureTable() method
provides an easy way to ensure a table's structure and availability.

By default, the schema is checked every time GNU social is run (say, when a Web
page is hit). Admins can configure their systems to only check the schema when
the checkschema.php script is run, greatly improving performance. However, they
need to remember to run that script after installing or upgrading a plugin!

public function onCheckSchema(): bool
$schema = Schema::get();

// '''For storing user-submitted flags on profiles'''

new ColumnDef('user_id', 'integer', null, true, 'PRI'),
new ColumnDef('greeting_count', 'integer')

return true;

Load related plugins when needed

Most non-trivial plugins will require extra plugins to do their work. Typically
these include data classes, action classes, widget classes, or external libraries.

This method receives a class name and loads the PHP file related to that class.
By tradition, action classes typically have files named for the action, all
lower-case. Data classes are in files with the data class name, initial letter

Note that this method will be called for *all* overloaded classes, not just ones
in this plugin! So, make sure to return true by default to let other plugins,
and the core code, get a chance.

public function onAutoload($cls): bool
$dir = __DIR__;

switch ($cls)
case 'HelloAction':
include_once $dir . '/' . strtolower(mb_substr($cls, 0, -6)) . '.php';
return false;
case 'User_greeting_count':
include_once $dir . '/'.$cls.'.php';
return false;
return true;

Map URLs to actions

This event handler lets the plugin map URLs on the site to actions (and thus an
action handler class). Note that the action handler class for an action will be
named 'FoobarAction', where action = 'foobar'. The class must be loaded in the
onAutoload() method.

public function onRouterInitialized($m): bool
['action' => 'hello']);
return true;

Modify the default menu to link to our custom action

Using event handlers, it's possible to modify the default UI for pages almost
without limit. In this method, we add a menu item to the default primary menu
for the interface to link to our action.

Action Class

The Action class provides a rich set of events to hook, as well as output methods.

public function onEndPrimaryNav($action): bool
// '''common_local_url()''' gets the correct URL for the action name we provide

_m('Hello'), _m('A warm greeting'), false, 'nav_hello');
return true;

public function onPluginVersion(&$versions): bool
$versions[] = [
'name' => 'Sample',
'author' => 'Brion Vibber, Evan Prodromou',
'homepage' => '',
'rawdescription' =>
_m('A sample plugin to show basics of development for new hackers.')
return true;


This section is taken directly from the 'hello.php'. ( plugins/Sample/hello.php )

Give a warm greeting to our friendly user.

This sample action shows some basic ways of doing output in an action class.

Action classes have several output methods that they override from the parent class.

class HelloAction extends Action
var $user = null;
var $gc = null;

Take arguments for running

This method is called first, and it lets the action class get all its arguments
and validate them. It's also the time to fetch any relevant data from the database.

Action classes should run parent::prepare(array $args = []) as the first line
of this method to make sure the default argument-processing happens.

public function prepare(array $args = []): bool

$this->user = common_current_user();

if (!empty($this->user)) {
$this->gc = User_greeting_count::inc($this->user->id);

return true;

Handle request

This is the main method for handling a request. Note that most preparation
should be done in the prepare() method; by the time handle() is called the
action should be more or less ready to go.

public function handle(): void


Title of this page

Override this method to show a custom title.

public function title(): string
if (empty($this->user)) {
return _m('Hello');
} else {
return sprintf(_m('Hello, %s'), $this->user->nickname);

Show content in the content area

The default GNU social page has a lot of decorations: menus, logos, tabs, all
that jazz. This method is used to show content in the content area of the
page; it's the main thing you want to overload. This method also demonstrates
use of a plural localized string.

public function showContent(): void
if (empty($this->user)) {
$this->element('p', ['class' => 'greeting'],
_m('Hello, stranger!'));
} else {
$this->element('p', ['class' => 'greeting'],
sprintf(_m('Hello, %s'), $this->user->nickname));
$this->element('p', ['class' => 'greeting_count'],
sprintf(_m('I have greeted you %d time.',
'I have greeted you %d times.',

Return true if read only.

Some actions only read from the database; others read and write. The simple
database load-balancer built into GNU social will direct read-only actions to
database mirrors (if they are configured) and read-write actions to the master database.

This defaults to false to avoid data integrity issues, but you should make sure
to overload it for performance gains.

public function isReadOnly($args): bool
return false;

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// This file is part of GNU social -
// GNU social is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
// it under the terms of the GNU Affero General Public License as published by
// the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
// (at your option) any later version.
// GNU social is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
// but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
// GNU Affero General Public License for more details.
// You should have received a copy of the GNU Affero General Public License
// along with GNU social. If not, see <>.

defined('GNUSOCIAL') || die();

* Fun sample plugin: tweaks input data and adds a 'Cornify' widget to sidebar.
* @category Plugin
* @package GNUsocial
* @author Jeroen De Dauw <>
* @copyright 2019 Free Software Foundation, Inc
* @license GNU AGPL v3 or later

class AwesomenessPlugin extends Plugin
const PLUGIN_VERSION = '13.37.42';

public function onPluginVersion(array &$versions): bool
$versions[] = [
'name' => 'Awesomeness',
'version' => self::PLUGIN_VERSION,
'author' => 'Jeroen De Dauw',
'homepage' => GNUSOCIAL_ENGINE_REPO_URL . 'tree/master/plugins/Awesomeness',
// TRANS: Plugin description for a sample plugin.
'rawdescription' => _m('The Awesomeness plugin adds additional awesomeness ' .
'to a GNU social installation.')
return true;

* Add the conrnify button
* @param Action $action the current action
* @return void
public function onEndShowSections(Action $action)
$action->elementStart('div', ['id' => 'cornify_section',
'class' => 'section']);

<a href="" onclick="cornify_add();return false;">
<img src="" width="61" height="16" border="0" alt="Cornify" />


public function onEndShowScripts(Action $action)

* Hook for new-notice form processing to take our HTML goodies;
* won't affect API posting etc.
* @param NewNoticeAction $action
* @param User $user
* @param string $content
* @param array $options
* @return bool hook return
public function onStartSaveNewNoticeWeb($action, $user, &$content, &$options)
$content = htmlspecialchars($content);
$options['rendered'] = preg_replace("/(^|\s|-)((?:awesome|awesomeness)[\?!\.\,]?)(\s|$)/i", " <b>$2</b> ", $content);

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Fun sample plugin: tweaks input data and adds a 'Cornify' ( ) widget to sidebar.

add "addPlugin('Awesomeness');"
to the bottom of your config.php



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# This file is distributed under the same license as the PACKAGE package.
#, fuzzy
msgid ""
msgstr ""
"Project-Id-Version: PACKAGE VERSION\n"
"Report-Msgid-Bugs-To: \n"
"POT-Creation-Date: 2019-08-14 14:51+0100\n"
"PO-Revision-Date: YEAR-MO-DA HO:MI+ZONE\n"
"Last-Translator: FULL NAME <EMAIL@ADDRESS>\n"
"Language-Team: LANGUAGE <>\n"
"Language: \n"
"MIME-Version: 1.0\n"
"Content-Type: text/plain; charset=CHARSET\n"
"Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit\n"

#. TRANS: Module description for a sample plugin.
#: AwesomenessModule.php:67
msgid ""
"The Awesomeness plugin adds additional awesomeness to a GNU social "
msgstr ""

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# Translation file for GNU social - the free software social networking platform
# Copyright (C) 2015 - 2019 Free Software Foundation, Inc
# This file is under v3 or later
# Translators:
msgid ""
msgstr ""
"Project-Id-Version: GNU social\n"
"Report-Msgid-Bugs-To: \n"
"POT-Creation-Date: 2015-02-02 17:47+0100\n"
"PO-Revision-Date: 2015-02-06 14:56+0000\n"
"Last-Translator: FULL NAME <EMAIL@ADDRESS>\n"
"Language-Team: Afrikaans (\n"
"MIME-Version: 1.0\n"
"Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8\n"
"Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit\n"
"Language: af\n"
"Plural-Forms: nplurals=2; plural=(n != 1);\n"

#. TRANS: Plugin description for a sample plugin.
#: AwesomenessPlugin.php:55
msgid ""
"The Awesomeness plugin adds additional awesomeness to a GNU social "
msgstr ""

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# Translation file for GNU social - the free software social networking platform
# Copyright (C) 2015 - 2019 Free Software Foundation, Inc
# This file is under v3 or later
# Translators:
msgid ""
msgstr ""
"Project-Id-Version: GNU social\n"
"Report-Msgid-Bugs-To: \n"
"POT-Creation-Date: 2015-02-02 17:47+0100\n"
"PO-Revision-Date: 2015-02-06 14:56+0000\n"
"Last-Translator: FULL NAME <EMAIL@ADDRESS>\n"
"Language-Team: Arabic (\n"
"MIME-Version: 1.0\n"
"Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8\n"
"Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit\n"
"Language: ar\n"
"Plural-Forms: nplurals=6; plural=n==0 ? 0 : n==1 ? 1 : n==2 ? 2 : n%100>=3 && n%100<=10 ? 3 : n%100>=11 && n%100<=99 ? 4 : 5;\n"

#. TRANS: Plugin description for a sample plugin.
#: AwesomenessPlugin.php:55
msgid ""
"The Awesomeness plugin adds additional awesomeness to a GNU social "
msgstr ""

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# Translation file for GNU social - the free software social networking platform
# Copyright (C) 2015 - 2019 Free Software Foundation, Inc
# This file is under v3 or later
# Translators:
msgid ""
msgstr ""
"Project-Id-Version: GNU social\n"
"Report-Msgid-Bugs-To: \n"
"POT-Creation-Date: 2015-02-02 17:47+0100\n"
"PO-Revision-Date: 2015-02-06 14:56+0000\n"
"Last-Translator: FULL NAME <EMAIL@ADDRESS>\n"
"Language-Team: Arabic (Egypt) (\n"
"MIME-Version: 1.0\n"
"Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8\n"
"Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit\n"
"Language: ar_EG\n"
"Plural-Forms: nplurals=6; plural=n==0 ? 0 : n==1 ? 1 : n==2 ? 2 : n%100>=3 && n%100<=10 ? 3 : n%100>=11 && n%100<=99 ? 4 : 5;\n"

#. TRANS: Plugin description for a sample plugin.
#: AwesomenessPlugin.php:55
msgid ""
"The Awesomeness plugin adds additional awesomeness to a GNU social "
msgstr ""

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# Translation file for GNU social - the free software social networking platform
# Copyright (C) 2015 - 2019 Free Software Foundation, Inc
# This file is under v3 or later
# Translators:
msgid ""
msgstr ""
"Project-Id-Version: GNU social\n"
"Report-Msgid-Bugs-To: \n"
"POT-Creation-Date: 2015-02-02 17:47+0100\n"
"PO-Revision-Date: 2015-02-06 14:56+0000\n"
"Last-Translator: FULL NAME <EMAIL@ADDRESS>\n"
"Language-Team: Asturian (\n"
"MIME-Version: 1.0\n"
"Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8\n"
"Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit\n"
"Language: ast\n"
"Plural-Forms: nplurals=2; plural=(n != 1);\n"

#. TRANS: Plugin description for a sample plugin.
#: AwesomenessPlugin.php:55
msgid ""
"The Awesomeness plugin adds additional awesomeness to a GNU social "
msgstr ""

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# Translation file for GNU social - the free software social networking platform
# Copyright (C) 2011 - 2019 Free Software Foundation, Inc
# This file is under v3 or later
# Translators:
msgid ""
msgstr ""
"Project-Id-Version: GNU social\n"
"Report-Msgid-Bugs-To: \n"
"POT-Creation-Date: 2015-02-02 17:47+0100\n"
"PO-Revision-Date: 2015-02-06 15:02+0000\n"
"Last-Translator: digitaldreamer <>\n"
"Language-Team: Belarusian (Tarask) (\n"
"MIME-Version: 1.0\n"
"Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8\n"
"Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit\n"
"Language: be@tarask\n"
"Plural-Forms: nplurals=4; plural=(n%10==1 && n%100!=11 ? 0 : n%10>=2 && n%10<=4 && (n%100<12 || n%100>14) ? 1 : n%10==0 || (n%10>=5 && n%10<=9) || (n%100>=11 && n%100<=14)? 2 : 3);\n"

#. TRANS: Plugin description for a sample plugin.
#: AwesomenessPlugin.php:55
msgid ""
"The Awesomeness plugin adds additional awesomeness to a GNU social "
msgstr "Дапаўненьне Awesomeness дадае незвычайныя магчымасьці ў усталяваньне GNU social."

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# Translation file for GNU social - the free software social networking platform
# Copyright (C) 2015 - 2019 Free Software Foundation, Inc
# This file is under v3 or later
# Translators:
msgid ""
msgstr ""
"Project-Id-Version: GNU social\n"
"Report-Msgid-Bugs-To: \n"
"POT-Creation-Date: 2015-02-02 17:47+0100\n"
"PO-Revision-Date: 2015-02-06 14:56+0000\n"
"Last-Translator: FULL NAME <EMAIL@ADDRESS>\n"
"Language-Team: Bulgarian (\n"
"MIME-Version: 1.0\n"
"Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8\n"
"Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit\n"
"Language: bg\n"
"Plural-Forms: nplurals=2; plural=(n != 1);\n"

#. TRANS: Plugin description for a sample plugin.
#: AwesomenessPlugin.php:55
msgid ""
"The Awesomeness plugin adds additional awesomeness to a GNU social "
msgstr ""

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# Translation file for GNU social - the free software social networking platform
# Copyright (C) 2015 - 2019 Free Software Foundation