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
I was thinking about implementing this but didn't have time yesterday to look into the MongoDB lib NodeBB uses.
Edit: Can't auth with mongo-oplog-watcher, auth fails. It's not very robust on the configuration side tbh.
Edit2: Of course I can't auth, I'm trying to query oplog with a readWrite user on a separate database.
I'm only doing this because I am really familiar with their node.js implementation, and even then, I'm still rather lost.
@bentael Unless you are running on an SSL forum, there is no way to iframe their interface without "warning messages". At least, that was the case last time I tried (last year or so). I'll do some research into it and will include an iFrame if they allow it.
@BarveyHirdman Currently, there is one limitation, being that you have to manually map the location of the newrelic.js file to the nodebb-plugin-newrelic location. I'm trying to see if I can ship a modified version of New Relic node.js implementation with this, but it has a proprietary license. I'll contact them to see if I can do what I need.
@planner Graylog2 seems very interesting. However, New Relic is an external service and can measure things such as speed more accurately, not to mention that you don't have to host it (my reasons to use it anyway). I will keep an eye on Graylog2, though.
Thanks guys Still a load of bugs but pretty happy with what I managed to cook up in an evening/night.
Oh right, we never clarified whether a new week began on Sunday or Monday
To be fair it was nearly 2AM for me when I posted that, so Monday for me
I'm guessing the party you are at is really dull since you are here trolling my posts (rofl)
the "party" I was at was so dull that I'm still sober and back to working on NodeBB at 1am
p.s. you should ditch the cats and keep the avatar you have in that screenshot, we miss the baris who used to have hair
Starting v0.3.0, NodeBB will require a third party emailer to send emails on its behalf. This plugin allows NodeBB to use the PostageApp service to send emails.
npm install nodebb-plugin-emailer-postageapp
Be sure to activate the plugin in the admin panel and set up the proper API key.
Wow, that's pretty interesting... I did notice that chjj's marked was more of an "all or nothing" approach to HTML sanitization. It's good to know that your plugin can work safely alongside mine to provide an even better third option.
The first emoticons plugin has landed!
To grab it, install it via npm:
npm install nodebb-plugin-emoji-skype
Keep in mind that this utilises new features not available in NodeBB versions until v0.0.7, so admins may want to git pull before installing and activating this module. Otherwise, the smilies will simply point to 404 pages.