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okhttpcan be replaced with the still maintained 3.12.*. No estimates though.
make installbut it is failing by saying that composer.phar is not install, which is incorrect. I run composer.phar manually on cli without any errors.
php-7.3 composer.pharto get it to work.
scripts/install.shscript instead of using the makefile. If nothing else, you'll get some clearer errors to help troubleshoot.
nicofrandRobert (Gitter): and rtevans (Gitter) I don't know if you heard back from the support (I pinged them) but : https://twitter.com/wallabagit/status/1322167620267843586
nicofrandDid you try to contact them through any of the ways listed here: https://www.wallabag.it/en/contact?
Error in query (7): ERROR: schema "wallabag" does not exist at character 14which is indeed the first SQL instruction to add a data. Any help?
Paulthere are trashbins on each tag for me
Pauland a menu on the left with "add tag"
haldorsenBut no option to add or edit tags.
deankayton Hi all. I am thinking of installing this on a pretty large internal network (listening on public ip) so that community members part of the network can save their content from anywhere, but in case the internet goes down at home, they should still be able to access the server internally.
Was wondering if there are any ways to save articles to the wider community.
Hoping to create a community run digest.
With that I would also potentially need to censor potentially explicit content though. Is this at all something that has been explored with this software?
deankayton Wondering if I can maybe hook into some kind of API and allow a user to submit an article, then host approved articles some standard way.
Are the articles plain html in the end? Maybe a browser plugin that uploads the current article or something.
Could maybe even authenticate against the service using wallabag credentials, giving it permission to read the content a user chooses to submit.
Just spit-balling. Would be cool if that form of authentication could happen. Similar to how you can authenticate against Netlify with github credentials, allowing netlify to view selected repositories.