Commit fd3a5582 authored by rinpatch's avatar rinpatch
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Apply feld's patch

parent 5fa508cc
......@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
# SPDX-License-Identifier: AGPL-3.0-only
defmodule Pleroma.Web.Metadata.Providers.OpenGraph do
alias Pleroma.Web.Metadata.Providers.Provider
alias Pleroma.{HTML, Formatter, User}
alias Pleroma.{HTML, Formatter, User, Web}
alias Pleroma.Web.MediaProxy
@behaviour Provider
......@@ -12,21 +12,39 @@ defmodule Pleroma.Web.Metadata.Providers.OpenGraph do
def build_tags(%{activity: activity, user: user}) do
attachments = build_attachments(activity)
# Most previews only show og:title which is inconvenient. Instagram
# hacks this by putting the description in the title and making the
# description longer prefixed by how many likes and shares the post
# has. Here we use the descriptive nickname in the title, and expand
# the full account & nickname in the description. We also use the cute^Wevil
# smart quotes around the status text like Instagram, too.
[
{:meta,
[
property: "og:title",
content: user_name_string(user)
content:
"#{user.name}: " <>
"“" <>
scrub_html_and_truncate(activity) <>
"”"
], []},
{:meta, [property: "og:url", content: activity.data["id"]], []},
{:meta, [property: "og:description", content: scrub_html_and_truncate(activity)], []}
{:meta, [property: "og:url", content: "#{Web.base_url()}/notice/#{activity.id}"], []},
{:meta,
[
property: "og:description",
content:
"#{user_name_string(user)}: " <>
"“" <>
scrub_html_and_truncate(activity) <>
"”"
], []},
{:meta, [property: "og:type", content: "website"], []}
] ++
if attachments == [] or
Enum.any?(activity.data["object"]["tag"], fn tag -> tag == "nsfw" end) do
if attachments == [] do
[
{:meta, [property: "og:image", content: attachment_url(User.avatar_url(user))], []},
{:meta, [property: "og:image:width", content: 120], []},
{:meta, [property: "og:image:height", content: 120], []}
{:meta, [property: "og:image:width", content: 150], []},
{:meta, [property: "og:image:height", content: 150], []}
]
else
attachments
......@@ -44,9 +62,10 @@ def build_tags(%{user: user}) do
], []},
{:meta, [property: "og:url", content: User.profile_url(user)], []},
{:meta, [property: "og:description", content: truncated_bio], []},
{:meta, [property: "og:type", content: "website"], []},
{:meta, [property: "og:image", content: attachment_url(User.avatar_url(user))], []},
{:meta, [property: "og:image:width", content: 120], []},
{:meta, [property: "og:image:height", content: 120], []}
{:meta, [property: "og:image:width", content: 150], []},
{:meta, [property: "og:image:height", content: 150], []}
]
end
end
......@@ -60,13 +79,33 @@ defp build_attachments(%{data: %{"object" => %{"attachment" => attachments}}} =
String.starts_with?(url["mediaType"], media_type)
end)
if media_type do
[
{:meta, [property: "og:" <> media_type, content: attachment_url(url["href"])], []}
| acc
]
else
acc
# TODO: Add additional properties to objects when we have the data available.
# Also, Whatsapp only wants JPEG or PNGs. It seems that if we add a second og:image
# object when a Video or GIF is attached it will display that in the Whatsapp Rich Preview.
case media_type do
"audio" ->
[
{:meta, [property: "og:" <> media_type, content: attachment_url(url["href"])], []}
| acc
]
"image" ->
[
{:meta, [property: "og:" <> media_type, content: attachment_url(url["href"])],
[]},
{:meta, [property: "og:image:width", content: 150], []},
{:meta, [property: "og:image:height", content: 150], []}
| acc
]
"video" ->
[
{:meta, [property: "og:" <> media_type, content: attachment_url(url["href"])], []}
| acc
]
_ ->
acc
end
end)
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