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@gjacobse said in Weekend Plans: @coliver said in Weekend Plans: Getting 5 tons of coal tomorrow and getting it in our basement. We already had the first frost of the year a few days ago. Don't want to be doing this in -10 degree weather again. Then may...
was posted September 23th 2016
I.e. 100.000 posts in 320 days = 312 posts/day
was posted today
October 27th 2016
I.e. 100.000 posts in 286 days = 350 posts/day
BTW this led me to an interesting bug in NodeBB. This URL:
Shows me an error that I can't view this topic but the topic title is shown in the URL.
Edit: This seems to be a bug in a plugin that @exodo installed/created? Can't replicate this on a clean install.
We use a plugin that limit people who can view it depending on the title used
+18, +hd , +prv etc
Each tag gives different limitations based on post, user registration date etc
The recommended method of sharing sessions between two separate and distinct applications is through OAuth2. We recommend this approach because NodeBB maintains its own user records, so that we can keep track of user-related metrics and other data. Relying on another database would be tricky, prone to breaking, and quite possibly dangerous.
Luckily, it's quite straightforward to get things working with OAuth2!
The first step is getting your application to expose an OAuth2 endpoint. If you're running a Node.js based app, you can use a module called OAuth2orize.