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README.md

Several example plugins are included in the plugins/ directory. You can enable a plugin with the following line in config.php:

    addPlugin('Example', array('param1' => 'value1',
                               'param2' => 'value2'));

This will look for and load files named 'ExamplePlugin.php' or 'Example/ExamplePlugin.php' either in the plugins/ directory (for plugins that ship with StatusNet) or in the local/ directory (for plugins you write yourself or that you get from somewhere else) or local/plugins/.

Plugins are documented in their own directories.

Additional information on using and developing plugins can be found at the following locations:

You can find postActiv's own repository of user plugins at: https://git.postactiv.com/explore/projects?group=&scope=&sort=&tag=postactiv-plugin&visibility_level=

If you wish access to the gitlab install for purpose of creating your own plugin project, we'd love that! Just email users@postactiv.com to ask and one of the administrators will create an account for you.