I'm trying to clean my users/post list, I want to delete in bulk all the users without posts, I'm trying to write my own plugin to achieve that, I've seen that the User module has a delete user, I can require the module from the plugin library, but how can I call from the admin.js.
I've also checked the write API plugin, but I was unable to use the cURL from a js script, I'm using node-libcurl.
What is the best way to achieve that? how can I delete the users from my forum in js, or can I call a custom hook in my plugin?
Sorry if it's a dumb question, and thank you for your time.
Thank you for your reply, and sorry for lack of information.
http://126.96.36.199:4567/nodebb/ → success to show nodebb.
http://188.8.131.52/nodebb/ → return 404 on parent site(my case is wordpress on nginx).
http://184.108.40.206:4567/ → return misconfigured csrf error on nodebb.
http://220.127.116.11:4567/nodebb → return /nodebbcategories not found on nodebb.
I reloaded nginx.
I setup and restart nodebb each time.
nginx -t → syntax and test is successful.
now I am trying below
@Mukkamala-Akhil said in Please let us know whether NodeBB will be actively maintained as Enterprise Grade Community Software. ?:
@julian, @baris Could you please let me know whether NodeBB is actively and well maintained when compared to Discourse.
We as a team would love to start an Amazing Programming Community. I am a FullStack Dev.
The only turning point wanting me to stick with NodeBB is it is powered by Node JS.
Things which I love in Discourse are :
Huge Development Team.
Immediate Releases & Fixes.
Badges system which is extremely awesome, which makes users stick to the community and contribute, Which isn't available in NodeBB.
As we wanted a Stable Channel for building our Community, We were a Bit skeptical whether this project (NodeBB) will be maintained thoroughly and there will enough releases and fixes consistently.
Will this project be continued actively ?
We actively wanted to have an Enterprise Level Community forum software. So Please let us know @admin
What do you mean? NodeBB has been well maintained as an enterprise product for half a decade now. You are WAY past the point of needing to ask that question. As someone who has had this in massive scale production since Q1 2014, it has everything you want, except the badges, which we would like.
What makes you think it hasn't had all of that non-badge stuff for a long time? What is the thing making you skeptical? You can get all kinds of support, too, both from NodeBB itself or from enterprise hosting and consulting companies. The support options are really broad.
Discourse is good, too. No knocking those guys.
I've been noticing some UI issues every time a user logs in or out.
Basically right after you log in, some of the styles do not get picked up (i.e. logo becomes larger, recent-topic cards stop displaying content). Refreshing the page fixes the issue but this is not ideal.
I solved my own problem... I setup a custom notification to fire on the action:post.save hook and I was using the same default standard format for the notifications nid value. Basically I was firing off a notification with the same nid as the notification that auto generates when you post a new topic.
Long story short: Make sure the nid is unique.
@julian said in What hook can I use to filter the topics that appear when accessing /groups/mygroupname ?:
Thank you for this info. My issue is now solved. I was able to perform my serverside filter logic and now everything is great.
FYI - I'm the same guy (username: jremi) that you helped related to the sharing sessions plugin. I was asking you about if using the cross storage solution would work for cross domain cookies.
Thanks again for your help. I really appreciate your assistance.