The official, canonical postActiv repository.

Maiyannah Bishop f87c8b5bf1 These files will need header fixes, but otherwise can just force prefer upstream. 1 year ago
Qvitter @ 155195c529 885b7d81c5 Added Qvitter as a default distro plugin, as a git submodule 1 year ago
Sample 9de79f0a36 Update prepare() method on Action subclasses. 2 years ago
doc 39462c3a2e Documentation about plugins 3 years ago 13bc0099a8 Add information about the postActiv gitlab. 1 year ago

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:

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