I wonder if an imageshack upload plugin can be done? A plugin that uploads images to a specific folder in an Imageshack Premium account.
I think similar was done for imgur right here , but I do not have imgur account and also imgur is banned most of the times in Turkey (shame on )
I do not have technical knowledge to ask in more details, but I was able to find these on the web:
ImageShack - API
Google Code Archive - Long-term storage for Google Code Project Hosting.
so I would like to know the feasibility of the plugin...
We don't use any libraries that emulate classical inheritance. For namespacing we utilize:
For front end, we use require.js
The node.js backend uses (CommonJS module).
If you're writing a plugin, feel free to use whatever method you are comfortable with
Had a busy weekend, but I have a couple days off soon. Will get to working on it when the gf doesn't require that much attention
Apparently the videochat plugin is also in high demand, and I'm currently working on that.
... because who doesn't love that old "uh-oh!" sound from ICQ?
Vintage IM Soundpack for NodeBB
Vintage Instance Messenger Sound Pack
NodeBB v0.4.2 or higher
npm install nodebb-plugin-soundpack-vintage-im
Want more sounds?
Let me know in the issues, or submit a pull request with the new sounds added to the ./sounds folder!
So I'm not sure why, but the URL is set to https://twitter.com/search?q=%40AggroTactics rather than https://twitter.com/search?q=AggroTactics. The first URL does a search with @AggroTactics rather than #AggroTactics. So I changed it on my local but it instead added the literal '@'... not sure where that is coming from. Not sure if that was intended... seems weird.
Hi NodeBB team,
I'm learning JS by writing what seemed to me a simple plugin. Knowing nothing of this matter I'm struggling a little with this all dispached structure.
I've succeed to make basic routes so far. I'm working now on the template of the admin page.
I have added these
<!-- IF emailerInstalled -->
<!-- ELSE -->
<!-- ENDIF emailerInstalled -->
but doesn't seem to be recognized, always getting the false condition.
Could someone point me the right direction?
I wonder also if adding a "post" route is the right way to get the form back? I've seen this from imgur plugin.