@taloche Makes sense, I see nothing. Time to investigate.
EDIT: Oh... I did a rebuild. It's there now!
Users helping the NodeBB team spread the word!
.. and nicely enough, the new (well new-ish enough) sticky topic header made for a great place to put the browsing user avatars.
guess who built that also @baris
I don't know of any instance in the wild, but it's certainly doable and I think utilizing webview is still the way to go for that approach. It shouldn't be hard to do but the gold star comes with stuff like notification support, etc.
My opinion is that there's no great reason to do it unless you're whitelabelling your forum inside a larger app; definitely open to exploring if a client wants us to do it but so far they've been happy with using nbb on the web as so, and I imagine that will be the case going forward once we add more PWA functionality ()
@srinik Think about it: Where/how does google make its money? Those big data relationship maps are more valuable than your post content. And that is why google bot finds and indexes even against robots.txt.
Yeah, I know googbot does not respect robots.txt and you need to create an account, use their tools, etc. to in efforts to potty train their bot. And therein... they can track even more big data. And googbot still indexes your profiles as it seems it pretty much has a mind of its own and carte blanche to do whatever since we all are so desperate for page rankings.
So, now that we've thought about it for five to ten seconds, do you still find this behavior surprising?
Heh, wife is an accountant: When confused: Follow the Money!!
Good stuff, Jay. Somebody on community was inquiring about just such a concise and to the point, layman speak roundup recently.
@rajeev2189 ... but since:
I'd suggest going version by version until you hit something that breaks. Then examine breaking changes logs and such for that version.
Edit: Hmmm... Rereading your OP:
...challenges while upgrading.
Maybe I misinterpreted this and you have not actually already tried to update?
In which case, if not, follow pitaj's recipe above.
@aleksei Presuming a dedicated nodebb user and nodebb group exist:
% chown -R nodebb:nodebb /some/nodebb/install/directory/ % chmod -R 755 /some/nodebb/install/directory/
I favor /opt/nodebb. Most others likely use a subdir in their nodebb home dir.
Have fun! o/