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Librecat is a ask.fm/curiouscat clone but FLOSS. It tries to be as minimal as possible while being a comfortable alternative to those mentioned while not using JS (at least for default theme).
It's PHP based, only depending on the SQLite3 PHP extension.
- Fancy URL handling (opt-in)
- Social media response posting (Mastodon API and Twitter support)
- Custom theme support
- No JS used by default
- Choose the web server you want, install PHP and PHP's SQLite3 extension.
include/settings.phpand customize the options you want
URL Rewrites are optional, but recommended for a more polished look. They can be activated in
include/settings.php with proper http server rewrite rules configurations.
For now there's only Nginx implementation of those. Feel free to contribute since they're a little messy (but they work as expected)
rewrite ^/$ /index.php last; rewrite ^/(.*).php$ /$1.php last; rewrite ^/(.*).css$ /$1.css last; rewrite ^/user/(.*)?(.*) /user.php?q=$1&$2 last; rewrite ^/user/(.*) /user.php?q=$1 last; rewrite ^/config/(.*)$ /config.php?q=$1 last; rewrite ^/(.*)\.(.*)$ /$1.$2 last; rewrite ^/(.*)$ /$1.php last;
Pull requests and issues are welcome