Hello! I am looking to have a plugin developed to enable people on my forum to buy/sell things with an escrow system in place.
The marketplace would all be through bitcoin, and the way I think it should work (I am open to suggestions though) is that the user would deposit bitcoin to the site which would then credit their account with the deposited amount (maybe building off @psychobunny's cash plugin and bitcoinjs-lib?).
The users would then be able to send money to other users on the forum and credit their account in exchange for products, services, or just as a tip. I wouldn't want any bitcoin actually moving, it all stays in one wallet. It just credits the other users accounts. I would want the ability to see a log of each transaction and be able to manually move funds/reverse transactions from other people's accounts as an admin in case someone got scammed so they could get their money back. If someone wanted to withdraw their money from their account they would be able to send me a PM and I would manually send the bitcoin to them, so withdrawls wouldn't need to be implemented into the plugin. I would like the deposits to be automatic though.
I would be willing to pay for this as it is a somewhat large plugin / request, so send me a PM or comment if you think you'd be able to develop something like this!
I’m not sure what your use case is, but allowing votes without user id invites fraudulent votes. For example, tracking by IP is easily defeated if someone knows how to use IP address spoofing; also, guests behind a shared IP wouldn’t be able to add more than one vote.
Any reason the plugin itself doesn't work for you? It does require you to actually click the button to create the post, although I assume it can be automated for Ghost (we just tended to make it a little more generic so it works with WordPress, etc.)
If it really is just 100-150 old topics, then an nginx map makes even more sense.
I can see it from your point of view, that it's easy for NodeBB to do, although I urge you to consider that nginx is very good at what it does, and so having nginx check for an old url to redirect is quite simple.
For example, if the old forum had topics using this url: /t/<topic id>, then you could write a location block that only responded to that folder, and applied the map to redirect the user based on those topic IDs.
Unfortunately not yet. The history behind our use of Redactor is a little weird. A helpful contributor purchased an open source license of Redactor for use in NodeBB (and paid quite a bit for it, too!). So he technically owns the license and allows us to use it.
Redactor didn't like that much, so they no longer offer the open source license for purchase (even though now we are more than capable of purchasing it now), meaning we (as a company) can not purchase Redactor for use in nodebb-plugin-composer-redactor. The contributor is able to retrieve new versions, however, and give it to us.
I've sent a message to this contributor and am waiting for a response 😃