Commit cd37ddeb authored by Michael McAndrew's avatar Michael McAndrew

upgrading mollom (will require db upgrade on prod)

parent 8459dd9a
To install and configure the Drupal Mollom module:
1. Download the Mollom module from http://drupal.org/project/mollom or http://mollom.com/download.
Be sure to pick a version of the Mollom client that matches your version of Drupal. The module
package should be placed with the rest of your contributed Drupal modules (generally,
in "sites/all/modules" or "sites/default/modules").
2. Go to http://mollom.com.
3. Login with your Mollom.com account, or create an account if you don't have one.
4. Select "Manage sites" from the upper right menu at Mollom.com.
5. Select "Add subscription" to create a new key pair for your website (or "edit subscription" to
access a subscription for an existing site tied to your account).
6. Visit your site's module list (Administer >> Site building >> Modules) and enable the Mollom module.
7. Visit your site's Mollom settings page (Administer >> Site configuration >> Mollom) and enter the key
pair associated with your site (from step 5).
8. Review the other Mollom settings and adjust as necessary.
For support go to http://mollom.com/support. A tutorial for the Drupal module is also available at
http://mollom.com/tutorials/drupal.
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-- SUMMARY --
Integrates with the Mollom content moderation service: https://mollom.com
For a full description of the module, visit the project page:
http://drupal.org/project/mollom
To submit bug reports and feature suggestions, or to track changes:
http://drupal.org/project/issues/mollom
For issues pertaining to the Mollom service, contact Mollom Support:
https://mollom.com/contact
- e.g., inappropriately blocked posts, spam posts getting through, etc.
- Ensure to include the Mollom session/content IDs of affected posts; find
them in Drupal's Recent log messages by filtering by the "mollom" category.
-- REQUIREMENTS --
None.
-- INSTALLATION --
* Install as usual:
http://drupal.org/documentation/install/modules-themes/modules-7
* Go to https://mollom.com,
- sign up or log in with your account
- go to your Site manager ("Manage sites" link in the upper right)
- create a site (API keys) for this Drupal installation.
* Enter your API keys on Administration » Configuration » Content authoring
» Mollom » Settings.
* If your site runs behind a reverse proxy or load balancer:
- Open sites/default/settings.php in a text editor.
- Ensure that the "reverse_proxy" settings are enabled and configured
correctly.
Your site MUST send the actual/proper IP address for every site visitor to
Mollom. You can confirm that your configuration is correct by going to
Reports » "Recent log messages". In the details of each log entry, you should
see a different IP address for each site visitor in the "Hostname" field.
If you see the same IP address for different visitors, then your reverse proxy
configuration is not correct.
* On servers running PHP <5.4, and PHP as CGI (not Apache module), inbound HTTP
request headers are not made available to PHP. Add the following lines to
your .htaccess file:
RewriteEngine On
RewriteRule .* - [E=HTTP_AUTHORIZATION:%{HTTP:Authorization}]
-- CONFIGURATION --
The Mollom protection needs to be enabled and configured separately for each
form that you want to protect with Mollom:
* Go to Administration » Configuration » Content authoring » Mollom.
* Add a form to protect and configure the options as desired.
Note the "bypass permissions" for each protected form: If the currently
logged-in user has any of the listed permissions, then Mollom is NOT involved
in the form submission (at all).
-- TESTING --
Do NOT test Mollom without enabling the testing mode. Doing so would negatively
affect your own author reputation across all sites in the Mollom network.
To test Mollom:
* Go to Administration » Configuration » Content authoring » Mollom » Settings.
* Enable the "Testing mode" option.
Note: Ensure to read the difference in behavior.
* Log out or switch to a different user, and perform your tests.
* Disable the testing mode once you're done with testing.
-- FAQ --
Q: Mollom does not stop any spam on my form?
A: Do you see Mollom's privacy policy link on the protected form? If not, you
most likely did not protect the form (but a different one instead).
Note: The privacy policy link can be toggled in the global module settings.
Q: Can I protect other forms that are not listed?
Q: Can I protect a custom form?
Q: The form I want to protect is not offered as an option?
A: Out of the box, the Mollom module allows to protect Drupal core forms only.
However, the Mollom module provides an API for other modules. Other modules
need to integrate with the Mollom module API to expose their forms. The API
is extensively documented in mollom.api.php in this directory.
To protect a custom form, you need to integrate with the Mollom module API.
However, if you have a completely custom form (not even using Drupal's Form
API), you may also protect that, by following Mollom's general guide and
example for PHP client implementations:
- https://github.com/Mollom/guide
- https://github.com/Mollom/guide/tree/master/examples/php52
-- CONTACT --
For questions pertaining to the Mollom service go to https://mollom.com/support
Current maintainers:
* Daniel F. Kudwien (sun) - http://drupal.org/user/54136
* Dries Buytaert (Dries) - http://drupal.org/user/1
# API changes
This library aims to provide a stable and reliable class for integration into other applications, avoiding backwards-incompatible changes, but that cannot always be guaranteed.
This file lists all major changes and additions to the PHP API for convenience. "API" means the PHP class only; i.e., not the Mollom [REST API](http://mollom.com/api).
## Changes
2013-04-23: Visibility of `Mollom::query()` changed from `protected` to `public`.
* Only affects classes that are overriding the `Mollom::query()` method (rare).
* Simply change your overridden method accordingly.
* Cause: Custom and new/experimental Mollom API calls should not require dedicated class methods to work.
2012-12-14: `400 Bad (Client) Request` error handling.
* `Mollom::handleRequest()` throws a new `MollomBadRequestException` in case the local system time diverges too much from UTC.
* `Mollom::query()` returns a new possible `Mollom::REQUEST_ERROR` code (400) in case the local system time diverges too much from UTC.
* Cause: Too many support requests from users reporting authentication failures, which are caused by a local server time that is not synchronized with UTC. The maximum allowed time offset is `Mollom::TIME_OFFSET_MAX`.
* All client implementations should check for this new error code (in the same places where authentication errors are handled already) and conditionally log and output a corresponding error message to site administrators along the lines of:
> The server time of this site is incorrect. The time of the operating system is not synchronized with the Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), which prevents a successful authentication with Mollom. The maximum allowed offset is @minutes minutes. Please consult your hosting provider or server operator to correct the server time.
## Additions
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A generic Mollom client PHP class.
This base class aims to ease integration of the [Mollom](http://mollom.com) content moderation service into PHP based applications. The class implements essential code logic expected from Mollom clients and provides many helper functions to communicate with Mollom's [REST API](http://mollom.com/api).
Make sure that your server time is synchronized with the world clocks, and that you do not share your private key with anyone else.
To submit bug reports and feature suggestions, or to track changes:
https://github.com/Mollom/MollomPHP/issues
## Requirements
* [PHP](http://php.net) 5.2.4 or later
## Usage
* Extend the Mollom class for your platform. At minimum, you need to implement the following methods:
```php
<?php
class MollomMyPlatform extends Mollom {
public function loadConfiguration($name) {}
public function saveConfiguration($name, $value) {}
public function deleteConfiguration($name) {}
public function getClientInformation() {}
protected function request($method, $server, $path, $query = NULL, array $headers = array()) {}
}
```
These methods are documented in detail in the Mollom class.
* For example, to check a post for spam:
```php
<?php
// When a comment is submitted:
$mollom = new MollomMyPlatform();
$comment = $_POST['comment'];
$result = $mollom->checkContent(array(
'checks' => array('spam'),
'postTitle' => $comment['title'],
'postBody' => $comment['body'],
'authorName' => $comment['name'],
'authorUrl' => $comment['homepage'],
'authorIp' => $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'],
'authorId' => $userid, // If the author is logged in.
));
// You might want to make the fallback case configurable:
if (!is_array($result) || !isset($result['id'])) {
print "The content moderation system is currently unavailable. Please try again later.";
die();
}
// Check the final spam classification.
switch ($result['spamClassification']) {
case 'ham':
// Do nothing. (Accept content.)
break;
case 'spam':
// Discard (block) the form submission.