But it can be nice with support with native language. Many people prefer to ask stuff in native mode
A better solution is maybe to setup a new forum for only swedish people Yepp, will do that instead. F**k this idea
Nodebb you should really watch what plugins you send over in your script you allowed to be downloaded.
This is something we're working on, I hope to get this working perfectly by the time we hit our next version (1.0)
@educator Hi there. Fellow Indian here. I would recommend DigitalOcean over Vultr due to a number of reasons having used both. However there is a 3rd option which is better imo and that is Linode. 2 main reasons.
Linode offers double RAM at 10$. You get 2gb RAM instead of 1gb for 10$. What I am getting from your post is that you want a 5$ plan. However it will be insufficient for even a small sized forum. Try going for the 2gb RAM option at Linode.
Unless you are a registered business in India you shall have to pay 15% service tax on Digitalocean as of Jan 1 2016. Businesses dont have to pay this tax as long as they dont have a turnover of greater than 10 lacs per annum. This is because DO has officially entered the Indian Market and will need to comply with the Indian Tax authorities. This is not the case of Linode as they dont have an Indian office . This means that the DO plan at 10$ will be more than twice expensive when compared to Linode.
Rest is upto you. Feel free to ask anymore questions
@peter for more details, when you restart/reload the forum in the ACP or in CLI, it will ask you to refresh the page to apply the changes such as templates... NodeBB is non-reloading template system, everything is loaded when you first load the forum. It just reload the data when you click the links or have a new data push to it then it render with preload templates.
Thanks for the details!
@peter If you are seeing that message and you are not doing anything related to restarting or reloading, your NodeBB is crashing repeatedly and automatically bringing itself back to life.
Run ./nodebb log and show us if there are any errors logged
I saw it here on nodebb.org when I first signed up and was browsing around. Didn't understand it so that led me to post the topic. Noted your tip. Thanks!