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This is a Shoutbox plugin for NodeBB! It currently requires and supports NodeBB v1.x.x
Some screenshots to convince you:Features Real-time shouting! Aaaaaaaaahhh! Supports whatever text parsing plugin you have installed, so that's Markdown by default! Choose where you want to place the shoutbox! It works just like any other NodeBB widget. You can edit and delete your shouts! Beware of admins though, they can edit and delete anyone's shouts! Because our forum is a bit programmer oriented you can quickly create Gists! Get a blast from the past! View all the old shouts with the archive! Currently broken. Don't want that? Admins can clear the shout database! Settings! They even show up in your profile settings! Want to enable or disable the little notification sound? You can! Choose whether the title bar notifies you about new shouts! And more! Installation
You can install this plugin with:npm install nodebb-plugin-shoutbox Other information
The source can be found here:
Do you like my plugins? Contact me if you want to buy me a beer.
NodeBB Hover Cards
I made a little thing.Screenshot Install
This plugin adds a little feature to the mentions plugin. With this enabled, you can hover over a mention and view some information about the mentioned user.
npm install nodebb-plugin-cardsSource
(Taking gamification to the next level, literally :p)
About 10 years ago I worked on this project called ADR (Advanced Dungeons and Rabbits), which was an RPG modification for phpBB2. There were a few of those modifications back in the day, such as Moogies and Zarath's RPG mods. Even Gaia Online was based upon phpBB at some point.
Anyways, that project was very dear to my heart and I've always wanted to port it to something more modern (initially to phpBB3, thank goodness I didn't bother with that!)
Anyways, here it is. *Do not use on production environment - I only spent a grand total of two weekends on this... I have a ton left to do! Any help is appreciated
I'll set up a Transifex project for this at some point, because we actually have a ton of translations already, I think maybe even more than what NodeBB has at the momentScreenshots
Installation npm install nodebb-plugin-openfantasy
Note: You need the Cash MOD currency plugin installed in order for the RPG system to be activated.
Fork it on GitHub.
I need testers for my calendar plugin. I've been working on it for a while, and I just got into a feature full stage, so now I need it to be tested. If you're willing to test it for me, please install it to your NodeBB and report any bugs or anything here or on Github. Thanks! nodebb-plugin-calendar v1.0.0-alpha.x
This plugin adds a site-wide calendar to NodeBB.Installation npm install nodebb-plugin-calendar@latest Activate it in the ACP and restart NodeBB Configure permissions at ACP Manage > Categories page
Don't forget to restart after installing the plugin.Features Events created, edited, and deleted as part of a post Native NodeBB category permissions are used to determine who can post and view events Public events as part of the same permissions system Response system for easy user responses (yes, maybe, no) Configurable automated reminders for upcoming events using NodeBB's notifications system Centralized calendar interface to view all upcoming events
In The WorksiCal export Simplistic, graceful calendar UI (infinite scroll) with mobile support
Plugin for adding Award System on your board: it could be medals, or it could be very special ranks, etc. It's a good instrument to engage users on your board, and It's another instrument for gamification of your board.
I hope this plugin will be helpful for youInstall npm install nodebb-plugin-ns-awards Links Plugin Issues Changelog Features Overview, pre-release
All components will be improved overtime. It's just very first steps If you have ideas, don't hesitate to share them.Create Awards Overview them in ACP Give Medals! Overview all awards at yourboard.com/awards Extend user's profiles
NodeBB Blog Comments
The comments are exposed to any plugin you have built into the core, so it is completely possible to have emoticons, embedded video, and/or whatever else you want in the comments section of your blog.
Articles are published to a forum category of your choice, and will gain a tag that links it back to the original article.What's new in 0.3x Fixed quite a few server crashes (especially when publishing) Compatible with NodeBB 0.6x+ and Ghost 0.5.10 Added tags support for Ghost Screenshots Installation
First install the plugin:npm install nodebb-plugin-blog-comments
Activate the plugin in the ACP and reboot NodeBB. Head over to the Blog Comments section in the ACP and select the Category ID you'd like to publish your blog content to (default is Category 1). Make sure you put the correct URL to your blog.Ghost Installation
If you wish, you can move <a id="nodebb/comments"></a> to where you want to place the actual comments widget.Wordpress Installation
First, install the Wordpress JSON API plugin.
You may optionally put a "# of comments" counter anywhere on the page with the following code:<span id="nodebb-comments-count"></span> Comments
A mechanism to query the number of comments on another separate page will be available in a future release.Author and Category information
To use NodeBB's category and author information (instead of using Ghost's user/tag system), there are two elements that this plugin searches for:Published by <span id="nodebb-comments-author"></span> in <span id="nodebb-comments-category"></span> Publishing
Head over to the article that you'd like to publish. The code will detect if you're both an administrator of your blog and NodeBB (so ensure that you're logged into both) and will display a publish button if so.
You may also create a publishers group in NodeBB to allow a group of regular users to have publish rights.Multiple blogs
You may use a comma-separated entry of blogs in the ACP to support publishing from a network of separate blogs to your forum. You can also choose to put each blog in its own dedicated category, or place them all into one category.Sites using this plugin NodeBB's Blog (Ghost). Burn after compiling (Wordpress).
Please submit a PR to add your site hereTODO Republishing (for now you can just edit both the article and the published blog). Pull CSS files from appropriate plugins? Ability to load custom CSS to style widget. Fork me on Github
NodeBB Plugin Newsletter
The newsletter plugin allows NodeBB forum administrators to send e-mail newsletters to all users or groups of users.
Latest version v0.7.x is compatible with NodeBB v1.5.0 and up.Setup
Before using this plugin you will need to install an emailer plugin. I recommend nodebb-plugin-emailer-mailgun, but any plugin with nodebb-plugin-emailer-* should work.Usage
This plugin uses a WYSIWYG editor tinyMCE located within the admin panel plugins menu.
Newsletters can be sent to multiple user groups. Options are also given for subscription overrides and blacklists.
Users can unsubscribe from newsletters via the user settings menu. New users will automatically receive newsletters.
In addition to using the WYSIWYG editor, admins can also send newsletters directly from the composer when creating a new topic.TODOs Translations. Emoji-Extended integration. Save email templates. Save previous newsletter stats and recipients. Fork Me on GitHub!
This NodeBB plugin pulls RSS feeds and creates topics in predefined categories.
To customise options for the parser, please consult the "RSS" page in the administration panel, under the "Plugins" heading.Installation npm install nodebb-plugin-rss Usage Click 'Add Feed' Enter the RSS feed you want to pull Select the category you want to post to Enter tags if you want to tag the posted topics Type in the username you want to post as Select the interval to query the RSS feed Select the timestamp to use for the topic Click Save.
NodeBB Poll plugin
This NodeBB plugin will allow you to add polls to the first post of a topic.Disclaimer
Current version: 0.2.9
NodeBB compatibility: 1.0.0 and up.
This is still a work in progress. It's entirely possible that old polls will end up broken by new releases.How to add a poll
There are two ways to add a poll to a topic. The easiest and advised way is to use the poll creator. After installing you will find a new button in the composer. Clicking it will open the poll creator. In here you can change some settings and add the options for your poll. When you're done, hit Confirm and the appropriate poll markup will be added to your post.
The second way is to write the markup yourself. Its syntax is as follows:[poll <settings>] - Poll options - Another option [/poll]
It doesn't matter where in the post you add this markup, as long as you keep it intact.
Keep in mind that you can only add a poll to the first post of a topic. You can add polls to existing topics by editing the first post.Administration
The AdminCP page for this plugin will allow you to change the default settings and set some constraints. There are currently only a few options, but these will expand over time.Installation
Either through the NodeBB ACP or npm install nodebb-plugin-pollScreenshots
Todo Add the ability to edit a poll Add the ability to remove a vote, and a setting to disable the removal of votes Anonymous voting More...
If you're willing to help, please make any improvements you want and submit a PR.Source
The source can be found on Github.Donation
For those that insist on buying me a beer: hit my up on the chat.
Allows NodeBB to send notifications over an TelegramBot!
Install it from nodebb plugin manager on your admin zone and you are done
clone it and Enter to the directory of the plugin and execute
Enter to the directory of the plugin and execute:
This will install all libs the plugin needs.Configuration Install and activate this plugin. Create your Bot, and obtain your bot token Enter the token into the plugin's setup page (/admin/telegram), and save. Reload NodeBB. User Config Talk to the bot and get user token Go to yourdomain/telegram/settings and fill the token Have fun Commands on telegram
/r topicID message
/chat userslug message
Show last post on a topic
/read topicID (number of posts)
Known bugs:Please use restart first time after putin your token on admin zone If you have nodebb scaling you must run the plugin on main server with a port non set on other instances, can change mainport in library.js
Example of notification on telegram
I'm way too tired to write a lot about this. It's nearly 3AM here and I've been working on this from late this afternoon. Just wanted to get this out in the open ASAP so I can finally cross it off my todo-list and so that people who really want / need it can contribute.
This plugin essentially adds a Call button to the chat modal. Hitting it will allow you to video call another user.
It's not the best code, but it works and I'm fairly happy with it, seeing as I started today by not being able to tell if the other user was available to call.
npm install nodebb-plugin-webrtc
After enabling, start a chat with a user. After the other user has also opened the chat window, the Call button will be enabled. Just hit it
I'm going to sleep now
And I also need to finally fix that setting in my IDE for tabs vs spaces...
NodeBB Desktop Notifications
This NodeBB plugin uses the HTML5 Notifications API to display desktop alerts upon new incoming notifications.
If you have a forum logo set it will use that as the notification icon. Clicking on the notification will take you the appropriate thread.
Install via NPM:npm install nodebb-plugin-desktop-notifications
When the user clicks on the notification icon in the menu, a permission dialog is launched to activate desktop notifications.
Also supports push notifications on mobile:
Even when the browser is minimized, you can still get a notification.
More info on Github
This is a light weight RSVP plugin . For example you can use this to ask people to join an event or express their interest in a topic, right from inside a post. The source code is on github.
npm install nodebb-plugin-whoisin
Once you activate the plugin, you just have to ask the magic phrase: who is in? in a post
The plugin will automatically replace that question with a widget like this:
Now every user can easily add themselves to that list, or remove themselves if they change their mind. Currently only one unique whoisin widget can be added to each topic.
This is my first plugin for NodeBB. Any feedback, feature requests or bug reports will be much appreciated!
I hope some people will find this useful.
Tradional Like system, like on various social networks. This plugin uses NodeBB Vote System, but as you can see only up-votesLinks Plugin Issues Theme configuration How does it look like?
Same as default chevrons, plugin uses sockets to update in real-time.
It's a small widget (Bootstrap, extra small button).
It's a split button:left part is toggle button, to like/unlike right part is count button, to show likers
aka "the One Plugin"
In the interest of making available plugins easier to find and install, I made a plugin that will do just that!
*Some console typing required
npm install nodebb-plugin-finder
(maybe even for the last time!)
v. up to 0.0.4: works with nodebb v. 0.3.x
0.0.5: Compatibility with NodeBB v. 0.4.1
UPDATE: this plugin is now deprecated, as the functionality has been implemented in the core product. It will still be available on github and npm for functionality up to (but not including) NodeBB v. 0.4.3
NodeBB User Invitations
source: https://github.com/yariplus/nodebb-plugin-user-invitationsSending Invitations
This NodeBB plugin allows current users to send email invitations to potential new users.
Users can send invitations from the 'Invitations' page listed on their profile links menu.
Admins can also send invitations from the 'User Invitations' page in the ACP.Configuration
Admins can configure additional settings from the 'User Invitations' page in the ACP. All settings are saved automagically.Installation
Install the plugin using the "Install Plugins" page in the ACP. The package name is nodebb-plugin-newuser-invitationScreenshots Additional info
CC0 or MIT license.
This project started as a fork of nodebb-plugin-newuser-approval by pichalite. I have since detached the fork because the plugins no longer have anything in common.
Session Sharing for NodeBB
In a nutshell, this plugin allows you to share sessions between your application and NodeBB. You'll need to set aHow is this related to SSO?
special cookie with a common domain, containing a JSON Web Token with user data. If sufficient, this plugin will
handle the rest (user registration/login).
Single Sign-On allows a user to log into NodeBB through a third-party service. It is best (and most securely)
achieved via OAuth2 provider, although other alternatives exist. An example of a single sign-on plugin is
Single sign-on does not allow a session to become automatically created if a login is made to another site.
This is the one misconception that people hold when thinking about SSO and session sharing.
This session sharing plugin will allow NodeBB to automatically log in users (and optionally, log out users)
if the requisite shared cookie is found (more on that below).
You can use this plugin and single sign-on plugins together, but they won't be seamlessly integrated.How does this work?
This plugin checks incoming requests for a shared cookie that is saved by your application when a user
logs in. This cookie contains in its value, a specially crafted signed token containing unique identifying
information for that user.
If the user can be found in NodeBB, that user will be logged in. If not, then a user is created, and thatRead more at the project repository Updates v1.0.13 released v2.0.0 released
unique indentifier is saved for future reference.
NodeBB Plugin Browsing Users
This plugin shows who is currently viewing a topic. This was a core feature that we removed a while ago, now it is back as a pluginInstallation npm install nodebb-plugin-browsing-users
Currently only persona supports this, if you want to add it to your custom theme make these changes.