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.
Wouldn't it be nicer for plugin authors to always show 'compatible' with the last release that the plugin was compatible with?
I think I would be reluctant to add a badge to my READMEs that tells my potential users that this plugin doesn't (yet) work with a NodeBB version that has just been released.
Just a thought
Prioritizing SSO seems to make a lot of sense. Simplifies and speeds up authentication and encourages user registration by replacing typing in email/password with simple click/tap and accept.
It would be nice to have a switch to reverse Email/SSO priority and a link to reveal (unhide) email registration. There is a solution pointed out by @PitaJ but using CSS will not allow auto-translation and may be uncomfortable for some.
I would like to POST (send) some form data to a webserver using cURL on a terminal-prompt.
This is what I got so far:
curl -X POST -H "Content-Type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded; charset=utf-8" -H "Authorization: Bearer 7ae9463c-146d-440d-b729-890c73bb9d46" --data "title=I Love You" --data "content=我真的不爱你" --data "cid=1" http://localhost:4567/api/v2/topics
The problem is that the chinese word ("我真的不爱你") are replaced by "����Ĳ�����" when I browse the website page.
Hoping this is still good Looks like there's a recent commit though so . I have a need for another plugin that integrates with GhostCMS so I hope this will be able to help me see how to do that as well. Thank you! If I can figure this all out I promise to release the plugin.
is this plugin still maintained? I am asking because we would like to migrate our board with ~25M posts. And the supported version 1.0.3 is nearly two years old. So we would like to do a migration over the course of a month or so, while we keep syncing new/changed content to the new forum, while the old is still in place.
It would not be very practical to move once, and then upgrade, as the forum would have to be down for quite some time, while the migration process is running for a long time. Not even able to change configuration before going live.
Thanks for replying.
Hello there @earlie -- I can think of these two plugins:
The latter is a fork of the former, and @psychobunny wrote the former. Let me know how you get on