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<?
$GLOBALS['cfg'] = array();
# Things you may want to change in a hurry
$GLOBALS['cfg']['site_name'] = '🐼 | parallel-flickr';
$GLOBALS['cfg']['environment'] = 'prod';
$GLOBALS['cfg']['site_disabled'] = 0;
$GLOBALS['cfg']['site_disabled_retry_after'] = 0; # seconds; if set will return HTTP Retry-After header
#
# Things you need to tweak before you get started
#
# Database configs
# See also: https://github.com/straup/parallel-flickr/blob/master/bin/generate_secret.php
$GLOBALS['cfg']['db_main'] = array(
'host' => 'localhost',
'name' => 'flickr',
'user' => 'flickr',
'pass' => 'TWEAK ME',
'auto_connect' => 1,
);
# Flickr configs
# http://www.flickr.com/services/apps/create/apply/
# Seriously Flickr, fuck you...
# http://code.flickr.net/2012/01/13/farewell-flickrauth/
$GLOBALS['cfg']['flickr_api_use_oauth_bridge'] = 0;
$GLOBALS['cfg']['flickr_oauth_key'] = '';
$GLOBALS['cfg']['flickr_oauth_secret'] = '';
$GLOBALS['cfg']['flickr_api_key'] = 'TWEAK ME';
$GLOBALS['cfg']['flickr_api_secret'] = 'TWEAK ME';
# See also: YOUR-PARALLEL-FLICKR/account/flickr/auth
$GLOBALS['cfg']['flickr_api_perms'] = 'read';
$GLOBALS['cfg']['enable_feature_flickr_api_change_perms'] = 0;
# Use Flickr as a ticketing server!
# See also: parallel-flickr:bin/dbtickets_flickr_token_dance.php
$GLOBALS['cfg']['enable_feature_dbtickets_flickr'] = 0;
$GLOBALS['cfg']['dbtickets_flickr_user_id'] = 0;
# Basic cookie/crypto configs
# See also: https://github.com/straup/parallel-flickr/blob/master/bin/generate_secret.php
$GLOBALS['cfg']['crypto_cookie_secret'] = 'TWEAK ME';
$GLOBALS['cfg']['crypto_password_secret'] = 'TWEAK ME';
$GLOBALS['cfg']['crypto_crumb_secret'] = 'TWEAK ME';
#
# Things you may want to tweak (backups, registrations, invite codes)
#
# Flags to indicate whether Flickr should be polled for new photos to backup;
# whether users can register themselves as backup users; whether registerting
# also requires a valid invite code. Note that in order to use any of the
# god pages you will also need to enable and configure the poorman's god auth
# settings below.
# Backups - by default anyone who knows where your copy of
# parallel-flickr is (on the Internet) could register to have
# their photos (and likes) backed up. If you don't want to
# let anyone else backup their photos then you should disable
# the 'backups_enable_registration' flag. If you want
# to limit who can register take a look at the invite code
# flags below.
$GLOBALS['cfg']['enable_feature_backups'] = 1;
$GLOBALS['cfg']['enable_feature_backups_registration'] = 1;
$GLOBALS['cfg']['enable_feature_backups_registration_uninvited'] = 0;
# API URLs and endpoints
$GLOBALS['cfg']['api_abs_root_url'] = ''; # leave blank - set in api_config_init()
$GLOBALS['cfg']['site_abs_root_url'] = ''; # leave blank - set in api_config_init()
$GLOBALS['cfg']['api_subdomain'] = '';
$GLOBALS['cfg']['api_endpoint'] = 'api/rest/';
$GLOBALS['cfg']['api_require_ssl'] = 1;
# API site keys
$GLOBALS['cfg']['enable_feature_api_site_keys'] = 1;
$GLOBALS['cfg']['enable_feature_api_site_tokens'] = 1;
$GLOBALS['cfg']['api_site_keys_ttl'] = 28800; # 8 hours
$GLOBALS['cfg']['api_site_tokens_ttl'] = 28000; # 8 hours
$GLOBALS['cfg']['api_site_tokens_user_ttl'] = 3600; # 1 hour
# API pagination
$GLOBALS['cfg']['api_per_page_default'] = 100;
$GLOBALS['cfg']['api_per_page_max'] = 500;
# The actual API config
$GLOBALS['cfg']['api'] = array(
'formats' => array( 'json' ),
'default_format' => 'json',
# We're defining methods using the method_definitions
# hooks defined below to minimize the clutter in the
# main config file, aka this one (20130308/straup)
'methods' => array(),
# We are NOT doing the same for blessed API keys since
# it's expected that their number will be small and
# manageable (20130308/straup)
'blessings' => array(
'xxx-apikey' => array(
'hosts' => array('127.0.0.1'),
# 'tokens' => array(),
# 'environments' => array(),
'methods' => array(
'foo.bar.baz' => array(
'environments' => array('sd-931')
)
),
'method_classes' => array(
'foo.bar' => array(
# see above
)
),
),
),
);
# Load api methods defined in separate PHP files whose naming
# convention is FLAMEWORK_INCLUDE_DIR . "/config_api_{$definition}.php";
#
# IMPORTANT: This is syntactic sugar and helper code to keep the growing
# number of API methods out of the main config. Stuff is loaded in to
# memory in lib_api_config:api_config_init (20130308/straup)
$GLOBALS['cfg']['api_method_definitions'] = array(
'methods',
'methods_flickr',
'methods_parallel_flickr',
);
# Uploads
# Allow parallel flickr to upload photos which may or may not be
# routed on to Flickr.
# Valid options for _default_send_to are: flickr; parallel-flickr
# Valid options for _default_notifications are: flickr
$GLOBALS['cfg']['enable_feature_uploads'] = 0;
$GLOBALS['cfg']['uploads_default_send_to'] = '';
$GLOBALS['cfg']['uploads_default_notifications'] = '';
$GLOBALS['cfg']['uploads_default_tags'] = 'uploaded:by=parallel-flickr';
# Uploads - notifications
# Tell Flickr (with a tiny stylized preview image) when you've uploaded
# a photo to parallel-flickr. TO DO: twitter (20130706/straup)
$GLOBALS['cfg']['enable_feature_uploads_flickr_notifications'] = 0;
# Uploads - send to Flickr
# Allow photos to be sent to Flickr and optionally pre-archive them
# in parallel-flickr as they are uploaded - you will need to configure
# your storage provider accordingly (in order to be able to write photos
# to disk)
$GLOBALS['cfg']['enable_feature_uploads_flickr'] = 0;
$GLOBALS['cfg']['enable_feature_uploads_flickr_archive'] = 0;
# Uploads - send to Parallel-Flickr
# You will absolutely need to configure your storage provider to allow you
# to write files to disk. You will also need to ensure that you users have
# a Flickr auth token with 'delete' permissions in order to do the
# dbtickets_flickr trick – careful readers will also note that this means
# ensuring that the _dbtickets_flickr feature flag be enabled.
# TO DO: user interface glue and prompts for ensuring that a user has a valid
# 'delete' auth token from Flickr
$GLOBALS['cfg']['enable_feature_uploads_parallel_flickr'] = 0;
# Uploads (by API (which also means the website))
# See also: http://parallel-flickr/photos/upload/
$GLOBALS['cfg']['enable_feature_uploads_by_api'] = 0;
# Uploads (OAuth Echo Upload)
# Think: custom image backend for Twitter clients like tweetbot.
# This URL is handy to get the twitter user_id: http://www.idfromuser.com/
# Also, some day this should be a user settings page. Some day.
$GLOBALS['cfg']['enable_feature_oauth_upload'] = 0;
$GLOBALS['cfg']['oauth_upload_user_mapping'] = array(
// twitter user_id => p-flickr user_id
);
# Uploads (by email)
# Note: setting up and configuring a mail server is left to
# the individual. The bin/upload_by_email.php script expects
# to be handd a MIME compatible email message on STDIN; see
# also sample postfix config files in the postfix directory
# 1048576 is 1MB; web based upload sizes are controled by the
# 'upload_max_filesize' directive in www/.htaccess
$GLOBALS['cfg']['enable_feature_uploads_by_email'] = 0;
$GLOBALS['cfg']['uploads_by_email_hostname'] = '';
$GLOBALS['cfg']['uploads_by_email_maxbytes'] = 1048576 * 5;
# Uploads filt(e)ring
$GLOBALS['cfg']['enable_feature_uploads_filtr'] = 0;
$GLOBALS['cfg']['filtr_valid_filtrs'] = array(
'dazd',
'postr',
'postcrd',
'pxl',
'rockstr'
);
# Invite codes – these are used to limit who can register
# to have their photos backed up. You'll need to do a
# few things to enable this:
# 1) enable the feature flags below for invite codes and
# god auth (which is explained later)
# 2) generate a new secret for encrypting invite cookies
# parallel-flickr/bin/generate_secret.php
# 3) set up poorman's 'god auth' – basically this is just
# restricting access to a list of logged in user using
# cookies; it works but I wouldn't call it "secure"
# Once that's done you can manage or create new invites
# here:
# $GLOBALS['cfg']['abs_root_url']/god/invites/
# $GLOBALS['cfg']['abs_root_url']/god/invites/generate/
# In addition, if a user tries to go to the backup page
# they've got stopped by an invite code wall which will
# allow them to request an invite code but you'll still
# need to send it manually (by pressing a button on the
# god page).
$GLOBALS['cfg']['enable_feature_invite_codes'] = 1;
$GLOBALS['cfg']['crypto_invite_secret'] = '';
#
# Things you may want to tweak (poorman's god auth)
#
$GLOBALS['cfg']['auth_enable_poormans_god_auth'] = 0;
$GLOBALS['cfg']['auth_poormans_god_auth'] = array(
# poormans god auth is keyed off a user's UID
#
# xxx => array(
# 'roles' => array( 'admin' ),
# ),
);
#
# Things you may want to tweak (storage)
#
# By default, parallel-flickr stores files on the local file system. It is possible
# to store your photos (and metadata) using Amazon's S3 service but you'll need to
# enable/configure it below.
# Storage providers. Valid options are:
# 'fs' which will store stuff to the local filesystem
# 's3' which will store stuff to S3
# 'storagemaster' which will store stuff to the local filesystem - see details below
$GLOBALS['cfg']['storage_provider'] = 'fs';
# The 'flickr_static_url/path' flags needs to match the Alias directive
# in your Apache config. Not that the 'flickr_static_url' config is a
# relative path; relative to the root URL which is assigned separately.
# See also: https://github.com/straup/parallel-flickr/blob/master/apache/parallel-flickr.conf.example
$GLOBALS['cfg']['flickr_static_path'] = "TWEAK ME";
$GLOBALS['cfg']['flickr_static_url'] = "static/";
# If you want to store your photos (and metadata) using Amazon's S3
# service you'll need to enable this feature flag and fill in the
# 'amazon_s3_*' flags below.
$GLOBALS['cfg']['amazon_s3_access_key'] = 'TWEAK ME';
$GLOBALS['cfg']['amazon_s3_secret_key'] = 'TWEAK ME';
$GLOBALS['cfg']['amazon_s3_bucket_name'] = 'TWEAK ME';
# Storagemaster. See also:
# parallel-flickr/storagemaster/bin/storagemaster.py
# parallel-flickr/storagemaster/init.d/storagemaster.sh
$GLOBALS['cfg']['storage_storagemaster_host'] = '127.0.0.1';
$GLOBALS['cfg']['storage_storagemaster_port'] = '9999';
#
# Things you may want to tweak (maps)
#
$GLOBALS['cfg']['enable_feature_slippymaps'] = 1;
$GLOBALS['cfg']['slippymap_provider'] = 'toner'; # assumes canned htmapl provider strings
# see also: http://htmapl.com/examples/providers.html
#
# Things you may want to tweak (Flickr PuSH feeds)
#
$GLOBALS['cfg']['enable_feature_flickr_push'] = 1;
$GLOBALS['cfg']['flickr_push_enable_registrations'] = 1;
$GLOBALS['cfg']['flickr_push_enable_photos_friends'] = 1;
# this one doesn't seem to work anymore - sad face (20130625/straup)
# $GLOBALS['cfg']['flickr_push_enable_photos_friends_faves'] = 0;
$GLOBALS['cfg']['flickr_push_enable_photos_recent_activity'] = 0;
$GLOBALS['cfg']['flickr_push_notification_email'] = '';
$GLOBALS['cfg']['flickr_push_ignore_key'] = '';
# This is off by default because it requires that you ensure that
# the directory specified in $GLOBALS['cfg']['flickr_static_path']
# is both:
#
# Writeable by the web server and that whichever users who may run
# the bin/backup_*.php scripts are in a shared (unix) group with
# the web server user account.
#
# If you are already storing your photos using Amazon's S3 service
# (see above) then you don't need to worry about these unix-specific
# permissions issues.
$GLOBALS['cfg']['enable_feature_flickr_push_backups'] = 0;
#
# Things you may want to tweak (Solr)
#
# Solr is used for search and fancy features like places and cameras
# https://github.com/straup/parallel-flickr/tree/master/solr/
# https://lucene.apache.org/solr/#intro
$GLOBALS['cfg']['enable_feature_solr'] = 0;
$GLOBALS['cfg']['solr_endpoint'] = 'http://localhost:9999/solr/parallel-flickr/';
# Hey look! Things that require Solr.
$GLOBALS['cfg']['enable_feature_places'] = 0;
$GLOBALS['cfg']['enable_feature_cameras'] = 0;
$GLOBALS['cfg']['enable_feature_archives'] = 0;
$GLOBALS['cfg']['places_prefetch_data'] = 1;
#
# Things you may want to tweak (misc. and silly stuff)
#
$GLOBALS['cfg']['enable_feature_sharkify'] = 1; # http://www.iamcal.com/sharkify/
$GLOBALS['cfg']['enable_keyboard_browse'] = 1;
$GLOBALS['cfg']['enable_feature_path_alias_redirects'] = 0;
#
# Things you probably don't need to worry about
#
$GLOBALS['cfg']['enable_feature_signup'] = 1;
$GLOBALS['cfg']['enable_feature_signin'] = 1;
$GLOBALS['cfg']['enable_feature_account_delete'] = 0;
$GLOBALS['cfg']['enable_feature_password_retrieval'] = 0;
# See this? It assumes everything is running on a single
# (read: not federated) database.
$GLOBALS['cfg']['db_enable_poormans_federation'] = 1;
$GLOBALS['cfg']['db_enable_poormans_ticketing'] = 1;
$GLOBALS['cfg']['smarty_template_dir'] = realpath(dirname(__FILE__) . '/../templates/');
$GLOBALS['cfg']['smarty_compile_dir'] = realpath(dirname(__FILE__) . '/../templates_c/');
$GLOBALS['cfg']['auth_cookie_domain'] = parse_url($GLOBALS['cfg']['abs_root_url'], 1);
$GLOBALS['cfg']['auth_cookie_name'] = 'a';
$GLOBALS['cfg']['auth_cookie_secure'] = 0; # see also: http://github.com/blog/737-sidejack-prevention
$GLOBALS['cfg']['auth_cookie_httponly'] = 0;
$GLOBALS['cfg']['crumb_ttl_default'] = 300; # seconds
$GLOBALS['cfg']['rewrite_static_urls'] = array(
# '/foo' => '/bar/',
);
$GLOBALS['cfg']['email_from_name'] = 'flamework app';
$GLOBALS['cfg']['email_from_email'] = 'admin@ourapp.com';
$GLOBALS['cfg']['auto_email_args'] = '-fadmin@ourapp.com';
$GLOBALS['cfg']['user'] = null;
# This is only relevant if are running parallel-flickr on a machine where you
# can not make the www/templates_c folder writeable by the web server. If that's
# the case set this to 0 but understand that you'll need to pre-compile all
# of your templates before they can be used by the site.
# See also: https://github.com/straup/parallel-flickr/blob/master/bin/compile-templates.php
$GLOBALS['cfg']['smarty_compile'] = 1;
# Do not always compile all the things all the time. Unless you know you're in to
# that kind of thing. One important thing to note about this setting is that you
# will need to reenabled it at least once (and load the template in question) if
# you've got a template that calls a non-standard function. For example, something
# like: {$foo|@bar_all_the_things}
$GLOBALS['cfg']['smarty_force_compile'] = 0;
$GLOBALS['cfg']['http_timeout'] = 3;
$GLOBALS['cfg']['check_notices'] = 1;
$GLOBALS['cfg']['db_profiling'] = 0;
$GLOBALS['cfg']['pagination_assign_smarty_variable'] = 1;
$GLOBALS['cfg']['pagination_per_page'] = 10;
$GLOBALS['cfg']['pagination_spill'] = 2;
$GLOBALS['cfg']['pagination_style'] = 'pretty';
#
# enable this flag to show a full call chain (instead of just the
# immediate caller) in database query log messages and embedded in
# the actual SQL sent to the server.
#
$GLOBALS['cfg']['db_full_callstack'] = 0;
?>
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