It would be great if there was an option to restrict the use of certain tags to particular user categories. For example a moderator could take this feature request with: "Github" or "Review" or whatever. A normal user however would not be able to use those restricted tags.
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Unfortunately Upgrading to version 12 has not solved the issue.
I will be reinstalling the OS due to drive change over the next few days so maybe there will be some luck with it there. Will report back when i have finished that.
As the title says, I'm trying to make it so only admins/mods can upload or adjust the cover images for people's profiles. I've looked around the various hooks and what not, but I'm at a loss of how to achieve this.
I was originally thinking I could edit the function of the upload/edit buttons and check if the person has the required permissions; but I cannot seem to find where their functionality is actually defined.
If it were a bot, I could assign it a token from the ACP. I am creating a third party application that interfaces with NodeBB. It needs to be able to inherently create new user accounts, and then also login as them (which is where logging in via a token would come into play). I suppose it would be possible to create an account via a socket connection directly, but I imagine I could have uses to some of the write API methods anyways.
Is it possible to programmatically create user tokens for the Write API? If that's the case, I could use a socket to create the account, and then generate a JWT token specifically for that user rather than hacking something into the application itself. That would leave the only hurdle being logging in, but at that point I could just store encrypted login credentials in a config file, and login to the API using https://github.com/NicolasSiver/nodebb-plugin-ns-login
I'd like to export a list of the users and their emails from a specific group. Is there a way to do this? And if not, is there a way to export all users, but add more fields to the list besides username and email address?
Hi @mikewa, we don't have a plugin that allows NodeBB to act as the OAuth2 provider, but I'm interested in creating one if you're interested.
Reach out to us at email@example.com and I'll be happy to discuss further
We did have one in the past, although it is likely not working anymore.