You only have redis as a DB... are you worried about scaling issues and/or server restarts? Are there plans on saving to a disk based store (i.e. MongoDB).
Please take a look at Redis' topics on Persistence to read about how it persists data to disk between server shutdowns/restarts.
In general, we recommend MongoDB if you have a large community. Redis will work just fine, although the memory usage does scale up over time as everything is stored in-memory. Just something to consider.
With cron you can automate pretty much anything you can write a script for. That includes sending files around.
@baris @bentael helped me out last night. Amongst other things he confirmed that too, that being on the index page results in an empty data.url. He did get me going using the location.href.
I have to say every one on this forum has been super helpful. I intend to make a donation to Nodebb in the near future.
And akismet doesn't allow me to post actual link to the test run.
@yariplus Ah...I was doing it on version 0.9.4 which did not have mongodb dependency listed in package.json. Had to install manually. Thanks. 😄