@Paweł-Nowak You should register for an account on Transifex. Then you can contribute translations to NodeBB for everybody to enjoy
It does not require coding whatsoever
https://forums.spacecp.net/ is using NodeBB. I use it sometimes to inspire me, because I'm developing a forum in NodeJS too
We had only "issues" before, which have many disadvantages (the biggest one that they're not intended for support, but for bug tracking, but people will abuse it for posting support requests).
Add my forum : http://yukoding.xyz
I plan on using NodeBB for a while now, so I would like to share my site with you guys.
My site is http://ventsols.com/
My forum is for users who are willingly to talk and discuss products or services that they enjoy or dislike or even so come and talk about random things.
Homepage soon to come.
Feel free to stop in and check it out, also I would like it to be on the list if possible, please? :$
Hi! I am planning on switching from bbpress to nodebb since nodebb looks so sexy I run a very active community about beauty and nodebb could be the solution for our discussions
We use it for our (in development) game
Forum at http://forum.traverse.world/
Still on older version because we haven't gotten around to properly fork theme customization..
I am using nodebb for https://z0z0.me as commenting engine.
@PitaJ you should be able to update the list now.
The forum of "Driver Pack Solution" is using it http://community.drp.su/
Could you please att my most serious NodeBB forum to the list?<-- Tech site for Swedish IT-support
I use it as a knowledge database
a small modded minecraft server community at https://forums.stonebound.net/
mostly stock plugins and some custom css, so far really happy with nodebb after migrating from a private subreddit
@phit Thats really one sleek looking site. Love the simplicity
I'm still learning this software, create my own playground, and I hope it is ok is I'm using the name NodeBB Indonesia