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  • RE: Categories Widget | Show all Sub-Categories too?

    This should work with latest widget essentials (4.1.1).

    <!-- BEGIN categories -->
    <ul class="categories-list">
    <!-- IF ! -->
    <h4><a href="{relative_path}/category/{categories.slug}">{}</a></h4>
    <!-- ELSE -->
    <h4><a href="{}">{}</a></h4>
    <!-- ENDIF ! -->
    <!-- BEGIN categories.children -->
    <!-- IF -->
    <a href="{}" itemprop="url" target="_blank">
    <!-- ELSE -->
      <a href="{config.relative_path}/category/{categories.children.slug}" itemprop="url">
    {}</a><br /> 
    <!-- ENDIF -->
    <!-- END categories.children -->
    <!-- END categories -->
    posted in NodeBB Plugins
  • RE: [nodebb-plugin-recent-cards] NodeBB v1.14.0

    Looks like there was another bug in core that needed fixing for the images to show. We will release a patch release on wednesday.

    posted in NodeBB Plugins
  • RE: Unable to post, Akismet says my post is spam

    @gotwf I think @cregox is referring to the "next generation" of forums, of which we are siblings of a sort.

    There are only a few of that group that have reached critical mass as to become self-sustaining: NodeBB, Discourse, and Flarum.

    posted in Technical Support
  • RE: Which is better NodeBB or Discourse?

    @gotwf said in Which is better NodeBB or Discourse?:

    Quick example: Julian use slack for company, internal use.

    Quick bit of history... We used to use Skype. Then I forced the guys on to Slack because I could set custom emoji.

    Of all the ways to convince a team to switch, you couldn't have thought that'd be why... but alas 🐶 🐱

    They like their Skype emoji, so the first thing I did was upload all the Skype emoji onto slack

    posted in Feature Requests
  • RE: [nodebb-plugin-recent-cards] NodeBB v1.14.0

    Thanks for reporting, this is fixed in the latest version of nodebb-plugin-recent-cards.

    posted in NodeBB Plugins
  • RE: Unable to post, Akismet says my post is spam

    @oplik0 the fact that we are mentioned in the book is actually huge. It does mean that we've been published in some form or another, and that does meet Wikipedia's notability guidelines!

    Here's where I become super lazy and say that you should write the article, even if it's just a stub, or lower quality. Reason being, I am not allowed to write an article myself, because I made NodeBB 😉

    posted in Technical Support
  • RE: moderated? your post is queued for approval.

    The 300 seconds between lists, restriction

    posted in Technical Support
  • RE: Unable to post, Akismet says my post is spam

    TBH I'd expect that now NodeBB could be considered "notable enough". Especially since there is some forum software that seems to be smaller there:
    Thredded has a page an an entry in the comparison article, despite it having less media coverage (looking at news section in google, there is nothing, when there a few articles that at least mention NodeBB), and less stars and forks on GitHub.
    There is actually a note that the article may not meet notability guidelines on the thredded page, but apparently it has been there since 2016 and other than one deletion that was contested nothing happened to it. Ironically, one of the links by the person contesting it is to a NodeBB instance 😄
    I'd say the same about Syndie, though I can't be sure because I find a lot of articles about a lot of things, but not the forum software. And also - its last release was in 2016...
    Beehive Forum has mostly dead links and 2 of 5 external references are just sites that were using Beehive. 3 others are about one vulnerability...

    So, I think that unless editors personal feelings would affect their work or they want to wipe a few other pages about forum software (if that's the case, then sorry to these projects!), NodeBB is notable enough by Wikipedia standards by now.
    There is even a book mentioning NodeBB now: Node.js Design Patterns (There are actually a few, but this one is relevant and gives some information about NodeBB - not just mentions it).

    Though I think the problem of NodeBB and other forum software is that... There is very little news outlets might talk about. Unless there is some big vulnerability or something, it's just usually nothing newsworthy. So there is a lot of things like tutorials for NodeBB, but very little "news coverage".

    Oh well, I might give writing a new Wikipedia article a shot, though I'm not very experienced with Wikipedia and I think I might have an oversourcing problem (that is, last time I edited a Wikipedia article I removed half of the sources I added before publishing the changes, because no one needs a source every sentence where one is more than sufficient...)

    posted in Technical Support
  • RE: moderated? your post is queued for approval.

    @cregox yes, that one's to curb spammers 🙂

    posted in Technical Support
  • RE: Unable to post, Akismet says my post is spam

    I'm still really salty about NodeBB not being on Wikipedia, but we seem to have gotten on some editors' bad side, and so that's the end of the story, at least for now.

    posted in Technical Support